1. WORKSHOP | SUPERFICIE FLOTANTE | COSTA RICA

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    TALLER DE BIODISEÑO Y FABRICACIÓN DIGITAL | SUPERFICIE FLOTANTE | COSTA RICA PARTE DEL WORKSHOP INTERNACIONAL | FLOATING FABLAB AMAZON | amazon.fablat.org UNIDAD DE TITULACIÓN | ESCUELA DE ARQUITECTURA | UNIVERSIDAD VERITAS | COSTA RICA Estudiantes | Unidad de Titulación: Daniel Astorga Tania Díaz Viviana González Esteban Ossenbach Karla Ruzicka Marcos Villegas Julian Wiedenmann Narah Wong Tutor y Coordinador: MAA Robert Garita Profesor Escuela de Arquitectura Universidad Véritas / ART (Authorized Rhino Trainer). Instructor Internacional: Arq. Benito Juárez Director Fab Lab Perú y Floating Amazon Workshop. Agradecimiento: Curso: “Sistemas de Estructuras Prefabricadas” En especial Profesores: Arq. Carlos Azofeifa Arq. Luis Ospino Estudiantes: (coautores diseño de prototipos evaluados) Priscilla Gutierrez Maribel Mora Daniela López Rebeca Alvarado Sebastian Molina Carolina Roldán Alejandro Gonzalez

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    • Spiral

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      Video Credit: MisoSoupDesign / Daisuke Nagatomo & Minnie Jan Music Credit: She Dreams in Blue - Instrumental / Josh Woodward She Dreams in Blue - Instrumental (Josh Woodward) / CC BY 4.0

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      • Making of: Chess Fablab

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        Having learned the relationship between digital and analog sculpting, I believe that we are beginning to loose the value in making things by hand, resorting to digital mediums, that can do things better and faster. To explore this transition, I sought to share a side where both methods coexist and build off from one another. Carving out a series of forms by hand first, I then 3D scanned the pieces, digitized their meshes, and modified them into various different textures and styles. With these physical pieces, I wanted to explore and push the limits of what could be done with things we physically produce, and through technology be able to unwind the possibilities that exist in the world today.

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        • CNC knitting

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          topview onto a Stoll machine

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          • Openhere: 2014: Bits That Matter Panel

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            A recent article in the Economist speculates that the rise in distributed fabrication constitutes a ‘revolution’ in industrial production, in much the same way the birth of the personal computer constituted a revolution in the informational realm. The exciting possibility, for many, is that forms of online production might not only shape social or juridical processes, as has long been claimed in certain communities of digital activism, but in turn come to shape physical environments and material economies. How are innovations such as 3D printing, micro-factories and open source ecology, biology and hardware reshaping the way that we produce, consume and share material goods? And how are they helping to produce more sustainable manufacturing practices and environments? The panel provides a variety of different perspectives on open hardware, from projects in open source ecology, open hardware and open biotechnology towards more critical takes on some of the existing issues, difficulties and constraints surrounding the open hardware movement. With Denisa Kera, Cathal Garvey, Peter Hanappe, Vasilis Kostakis and Gawin Dapper. Moderated by Benjamin Tincq. Peter Hanappe: Introduction to the Peer-to-Peer Food Lab Gawin Dapper: Phonebloks Vasilis Kostakis: Design Global, Manufacture Local: The Rise of a New Productive Model Cathal Garvey: Free/Libre Agribiotech: Hack Your Own Crops Denisa Kera: Open Hardware Fantasies and Conflict-Free Minerals

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            • URBAN PARA[SITES] workshop Skopje 2014

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              On the occasion of 65 years of the existence of the Faculty of Architecture in Skopje, in the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, we did a digital design build project named Urban Para-Sites. It was a workshop promoting computational design thinking and exploring the possibilities of the parametric design and materialization in most optimized systems with the ultimate goal of increasing the efficiency of utilizing digital tools in parallel with geometric performance throughout digital fabrication and building 1:1 scale model.

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              • Endesa World Fab Condenser - spinning around

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                The ENDESA WORLD FAB CONDENSER is a thermodynamic prototype — a bioclimatic dome installed at the fast-changing Plaça de Glories, within the framework of the BCN FAB10 Congress (the 10th international congress on digital fabrication). The prototype explores connections between parametric design, passive environmental strategies, and local digital fabrication. It was designed globally (Margen-Lab in collaboration with IAAC the Fab Lab Network), sourced locally (using only local organic materials grown with the sun, linen, and wood), and produced in proximity industries and Barcelona laboratories. The prototype was designed (or coded) in 2 months, fabricated in 5 days, and assembled in 4 days with the help of volunteers coming from Fab Labs all over the world. margen-lab.com

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                • Robotic 6-Axis 3D Printing

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                  "Digital Future" Shanghai Summer Workshop 2014 Instructor: YU Lei (Tsinghua) / Philip. F. YUAN(Tongji) / Panagiotis Michalatos(GSD) Collaborator: SHI Ji / LIU Xun / LUO Ruihua / CUI Yuqi The project, Robotic 6-Axis 3D Printing, is a highly-integrated installation combining robotic system, 3D printing technique and interactive interface. It aims to provide the designer a digital method to eliminate the line between "Designing" and "Fabricating". In this case, architects provides more than just drawings and construction notes, however, they are capable of fabricating their work quickly and precisely by themselves Most of today's researches and applications of robotic fabrication are limited to replicating human labor and raising efficiency of manufacturing. However, in the project of Robotic 6-Axis 3D Printing, we developed a fabrication strategy learning and emulating the law of nature (referring to Chinese philosophy "师法自然 "). By studying the material and structure performance of 3D form in nature, we figured out a way to incorporate biomimetic fabrication strategy into 3D printing process. And by designing the special robotic-end effector (Tooling) and utilizing the great flexibility and accuracy of KUKA robot system, the biomimetic fabricating process has been fully realized. The whole process embodied the concept of "Digital Craftsmanship", which emphasis the personality of designer and allows them to closely integrated "Designing" and "Fabricating"..

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                  • FAB ACADEMY 2015

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                    This course is based on MIT program: “How to make (almost) anything”, held by Neil Gershenfeld and is conducted in English. The Academy offers an advanced education on Digital Fabrication, electronics and programming, through a network of students and tutors from all over the world.

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                    • Endesa World Fab Condenser - construction process

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                      The ENDESA WORLD FAB CONDENSER is a thermodynamic prototype — a bioclimatic dome installed at the fast-changing Plaça de Glories, within the framework of the BCN FAB10 Congress (the 10th international congress on digital fabrication). The prototype explores connections between parametric design, passive environmental strategies, and local digital fabrication. It was designed globally (Margen-Lab in collaboration with IAAC the Fab Lab Network), sourced locally (using only local organic materials grown with the sun, linen, and wood), and produced in proximity industries and Barcelona laboratories. The prototype was designed (or coded) in 2 months, fabricated in 5 days, and assembled in 4 days with the help of volunteers coming from Fab Labs all over the world. www.margen-lab.com

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