WoMa Paris, France
July 7-9, 2014
This workshop is open to all designers, architects, builders, curious ...
It will focus on the use of Computer Numerically Controlled Milling Machine. The objective is to provide a general understanding of digital fabrication and allow participants to be independent on the Computer Numerically Controlled manufacturing of objects.
- Presentation of possibilities and applications of the digital fabrication
- Introduction to 2D and 3D CAD (tutorial, hands-on)
- Introduction to parametric modeling
- Work from a model of a pre-formatted stool
- Introduction to the laser cutter, file loading + Job
- Cutting a parameterized / personalized stool
- Assembly of the prototype
- Development of a personal project
- Milling and assembly of the projects
- Minh Man Nguyen: Civil engineer ETP, architect DPLG and holds a master's degree in architecture from Georgia Tech. He teaches at the Ecole Speciale d'Architecture and ENS Paris Malaquais within the department Digital Knowledge. He works as a consultant on issues of complex geometry. He co-founded in 2011 the WAO architecture agency, with whom he develops a reflection based on "making." In 2014, he co-founded WoMa, fabrique de quartier, a space that promotes collaboration both Working and Making.
- Clément Duroselle: Architect DPLG, he worked for the structural engineering firm RFR, focusing on complexed façades. He teached at Ecole d’Architecture de la Ville et des Territoires de Marne-la-Vallée. He co-founded in 2011 the WAO architecture agency, with whom he developed a reflection based on "making." In 2014, he co-founded WoMa, fabrique de quartier, a space that promotes collaboration both Working and Making.
- Arnaud Delente: Master student in Architecture at the École Spéciale d'Architecture, he has developed throughout his studies an experimental approach around digital tools. He is an assistant of the Digital Fabrication class at the Special School of Architecture for two years.