Participatory Workshop _ Robotic Ceramics in Architecture
2017.10.13. — 10.14.

What comes if the latest manufacturing techniques meet traditional crafts?

<Robotic Ceramics Workshop> is a two-days intensive workshop that will delivers the opportunity for participants to learn the essential skill set, including 3D modeling robot controlling by using visual scripting interface and operating robot-arm, and produce own design products by themselves.


1st day | Fri, October 13

1) Learn how to use the basics to drive robots
  - Operate the robot usiong the Rhino and grasshopper
  - Control robot joints and learn to jog robots
  - Know the principle of the clay injection machine, operate the machine

2) Practice output of the clay

2nd day | Sat, October 14

1) Clay output
  - Analyze and improve 3D models of individual participants
  - Practice with clay output

2) Results of total verdict and discussion

PERFORMER:

Pil Joon Jeon

Pil Joon Jeon is a registered architect and co-founder of Studio LXJX. He has practiced at Llewelyn Davies Yeang, Foster and Partners and Now Architects in London and Seoul. His works range from architecture, product design and animation film as well as computational design works in various media and scale. He received Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Hongik University, Korea and Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part II) from the Bartlett, University College London in UK.  He is currently teaching a design studio at University of Seoul and Sejong University.

B.A.T

B.A.T is a group that conducts researches along with field applications of utilizing digital fabrication machines ranging from 3D printer to 6-axis manipulator in various areas such as architecture, art and design. In particular, B.A.T is capable of offering formal and informal shape fabrication solutions based on computation and using industrial 6-axis manipulator. The group works as a fabrication agency and provides services including design consulting, and manufacturing and in-situ installation of customized architectural frames.

Sena Gu

Sena Gu makes ceramics inspired by colors, texture, and shapes in nature based in Seoul and London.  Showing her imaginative creations at exhibitions in all over the world such as Victoria and Albert Museum in London, 100% Design, Bavarian National Museumso and so on . She studied Ceramics and Glass and received her degree from the Royal College of Art and Hongik University. She recently lectures as an adjunct professor in Hongik University and also operates “SenaGu” studio since 2010.