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Design-make workshop at MADA, Melbourne, Australia

Experimental design-make workshop with Prof. Block, James Bellamy, director of Re-vault, Tim Schork, lecturer at MADA, Damon Van Horne, Grimshaw Architects, and architecture students from MADA, Melbourne, Australia.

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Organised by Tim Schork and Dr John Sadar from the Department of Architecture, MADA, Melbourne, Australia, in partnership with Grimshaw Architects, this workshop explored how a new digital practice can lead to a reintroduction of material, tectonic and constructional thinking into architectural design practice through applied research into masonry structures.

This workshop was organized as part of MADA’s transmaterial research event series, which investigates material innovation in the constructed environment.

The transmaterial research events series has been made possible by the generous support of veski.

Instructors

Prof. Block, James Bellamy, Tim Schork, Damon Van Horne

Students

Dinh Triet Nguyen, Gerard Turnbull, Natalie Studdert, Sara Sidari, Radoslaw Buczek , Boden Davies, Diego Arellano, Chin Lien Anne-Lise Ip Sion Thoo, Dean Lau Tim Ling, Michael Truong, Damian Palamara, Anna Black, Sheli Kuperman, Mehrnoush Latifi Khorasgani

Sponsors

MADA Department of Architecture in partnership with Grimshaw Architects, supported by the Victorian Endowment for Science, Knowledge and Innovation (veski)

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