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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2016-17


SART 17.15 3D Design and Digital Fabrication

This course is an introduction to basic three dimensional design principles and the relationship between structure and space. Students will learn fundamentals of design ideologies to design and construct objects and structures that use cutting edge computer modeling and 3D fabrication processes to create forms ranging from everyday utilitarian objects to structures for specific sites on campus. Material investigations and problem solving skills to design innovative solutions to real world problems will be undertaken. Computer drawing and fabrication using the program Illustrator, and 3D modeling with Rhino, 3D Printers and CNC Routers will be taught and used. Students will develop skills needed to communicate design concepts and develop personal approaches to design as well as to construct them. The projects include forms based on aesthetic as utilitarian design.

Instructor

Kawiaka

Distributive and/or World Culture

ART

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Offered

16F: 10A