Digital Tectonics Studio Project- Recycled FaBric(k)

MAA Students: Saiqa Iqbal (Bangladesh), Vittal Sridharan (India), Amay Gurkar (India), Harshad Sutar (India)

Studio: Digital Tectonics
Studio Instructor: Marta Malé-Alemany, MAA Co-Director

Project: Recycled FaBric(k)

Student Summary:
Recycled FaBric(k) is a project targeting recently demolished sites or disaster hit areas and re-instating the site-found broken bricks as potent design components. The project utilizes the atypical geometry of broken bricks towards researching on possible emergent forms. The resultant is an emergent outcome of user-controlled design inputs & inherent properties of the bricks. The project also succeeds in establishing a site based active design system with a real-time interaction between the design and execution alternate to the conventional office-site interaction.

In Final Phases of the Masters in Advanced Architecture program students attend one of three Research Studios: Self-Sufficient Buildings, Digital Tectonics or Emergent Territories. At the end of Phase II MAA Students presented their initial proposals. Throughout Phase III they have refined this research for their final presentations.

This project is from the Digital Tectonics Studio which will present their projects on Monday, June 27th beginning at 10.30h.

All presentations are open to the public. We invite you to come to see the MAA students present.

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