ARCH 1610 Design Making: Introduction to Digital Fabrication
The use of digitally driven design tools constitutes an important skill set for future architects, designers, engineers, and artists. Rooted in the emergence and proliferation of digital design culture, this course introduces students to the fundamentals of digital design. Students will become familiar with 3D modeling, parametric design, and representation through a series of hands-on workshops and tutorials. Students will visualize their design explorations digitally using Rhinoceros 3D and physically using fabrication techniques developed through their digital design tools.
This course may be counted as a free department elective toward the B.Arch degree. It may also be used to satisfy a requirement for the architecture minor.
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