The final project for the Fall 2018 semester is outlined in the Google document below. This is a variation of a project the class has done a few times before – free standing laser cut privacy screens made from chipboard. This time for kids! Also – no stacked blocks, egg crates, or voronoi based assembly systems this time around…
The first project for the Fall 2018 semester can be found online at the link below:
Like the syllabus, be sure to refer back to this post to see the most current version of the project.
The class syllabus for the Fall 2018 term can be found online at the link below. #Overhauled to fit the new INT standard — w00t!
Please check back as the syllabus will likely change over the course of the semester. The version that this post points to is current.
The first project of the Spring 2018 semester – 2D Interiors – can be found online here:
This is the first time we’re trying this project. Students are asked to identify a precedent 2D Interiors system – either a floors wall, or ceiling system – and to extend that system parametrically. The assignment is similar to the Seating assignement we used to do, in that students do not have to design the systems – they only have to make them dance.
The semester project for Spring 2018, Product Families, can be found online here:
This project will run the length of the term this semester, albeit with a soft start, and the focus will be on the development of a fully functional and 3D-printable family of [100 or more] products.
The syllabus for the Spring 2018 semester can be found online here:
We’ll review the schedule at the start of every class, but do keep your eyes on this doc for minor schedule changes that might pop up over the course of the semester.
The final project description for the Spring 2017 semester final project – Free Standing, Form Found, Laser Cut – is available by following the link below.
Students will design and fabricate laser-cut, partially-enclosed spaces for toddlers.