DD+P : Data Design Spring 2010

Spring Semester 2010

 

 

Increasingly digital “data” (informations sets describing conditons, objects, or abstractions) are being used to document and represent much of the world that surrounds us. The Spring Semester 2010 DD+P course investigated how data as a digital structure and as an abstracted description can be accessed by designers, how it can assist in design, and how it can be used in to drive fabrication machines for architecture. The goal of this UE course was for students to develop digital skills in CAD and CAM and to build mock-ups of designs that have been generated from data.