What can bamboo teach students about digital design? Visions goes behind the scenes of the ‘Digital Design + Fabrication’ Workshop, run over summer for Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning students. We look at how digital and computational design is evolving, and how a simple bamboo tripod joined by cable ties came to be a 40 metre installation at the recent St Kilda Festival.
You can find out more about the class at http://www.abp.unimelb.edu.au/aboutus/news-centre/news-stories/digital-design-takes-to-the-beach.html.
Produced by David Scott
Camera by Clive Banfield
Edited by Robert Cross, Corporate Video Productions
With thanks to:
Jas Johnston (Workshop Coordinator & Digital Fabrication Lab Coordinator)
Dr Stanislav Roudavski (Workshop Coordinator)
Louisa Ragas (Communications Manager, Faculty of Architecture Building & Plannng)
The St Kilda Festival organisers