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UPH digital workshop 02

March 17, 2010

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Andrew reviewed this second workshop in UPH.  The material agenda  now is to explore the use of modular elements in a repetitive proliferation.  The main tool for physical output is still on the use of laser cutter.  Students were given the freedom to choose their own site, which can also be fictional.  Here are some photos […]

UPH digital workshop 01

February 13, 2010

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The first workshop material agenda  is to explore the use of strips to create visual effects from a building structure or skin.  The main tool for physical output is laser cutter.  Students were asked to do a small structure within their campus in this workshop.  Here are some photos taken from the crit last week, […]

PPRD – Parametric Pear River Delta

January 29, 2010

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Andrew is working with OCEAN.CN in a research to challenge the notion of generic urbanism for the city to be dynamic, multiplicitous, and adaptable.  The scope of work started with an exhibition platform to showcase 3d printer prototypes of numerous customised urban configuration.  The piece was created in a solid editing software with a pattern […]

HKSZ Biennale PPRD Exhibition

January 28, 2010

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The finished piece in HKSZ Biennale site,  West Kowloon Cultural District.  Photos taken mid January 2010. Click here to see the design page. Click here to see the piece fabricated.

HKSZ Biennale – Bring Your Own Pattern

January 21, 2010

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ILATAAJ was invited by one of the Biennale’s curator, principal of Eskyiu Eric Schuldenfrei, to participate in the event.  We participated to conduct a weekend workshop to explore the translation of 2d pattern into a 3d skin. Excerpts from the flyer: “ILATAAJ is interested in exploring and formulating tools to sample any existing two-dimensional patterns […]

HKSZ Biennale – Explorations on patterns

November 26, 2009

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Below are some results from explorations on various techniques to create 3-dimensional patterns.  This is work in progress towards a weekend workshop organised by Hong Kong Shenzhen Biennale 2009. Click here to go to HKSZ BYOP main page