Innovative Architecture and Engineering
Saturday 28th of January
(For 16 – 24 year olds)
This day explores ways how, science, engineering and architecture can work together.
Design-engineer, biotechnologist and entrepreneur Julian Melchiorri, will talk about his work developing living buildings that can produce oxygen. Julian will also present his work on KUMO: affordable, collaborative and sustainable homes.
Work with Scan the World, exploring ‘Photogrammetry’ where overlapping images can be stitched together to create a three dimensional print out of an object. The session will involve ‘scanning’ architectural features from around the V&A and processing them into models. There will also be an introduction to desktop Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology with 3D Printers from iMakr.
Places on this course are very limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Please only register to attend if you're absolutely certain that you will be able to attend.