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Complete Fabrications Workshop ⎯ ProtoArchitecture

Architecture obtains identity from two opposing scales—macro: the form and organization of spaces, and micro: the materials, details, and sensorial that occupants interact directly with. This course explores design through the impetus of the latter, leveraging the potentials of rapid, iterative prototyping to explore different issues relevant to architecture through the bracketing of an intimate interaction between occupant and architecture, engaging issues of materials, means and methods of making, and detailing.

Preference to first-year march students.

Contact: Brandon Clifford, 5-421, x3-7751, bcliffor@mit.edu.

Pre-register on WebSIS and attend first class.
Level: G 9 units Standard A - F Grading
Fee: 150.00 for fabrication materials