A continuation of documenting every day interior objects by casting with plaster using the vacuum-formed polystyrene molds as formwork.
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Atmosphere 14 | ______ + HOUSING Symposium
Event Date: February 4, 2022Symposium Website: https://www.umanitoba.ca/architecture/ce2021-2022atmosphere-14 __________ + HOUSING: Living Together Again “‘Living together’ is arguably the most ancient task of architecture and the built/designed environment and is becoming the single most challenging and complex topic as we move towards the post-pandemic paradigm. Atmosphere 14 | __________ + HOUSING, the 14th annual symposium at […]
Exploring vacuum-forming as an analog alternative to 3D scanning for documenting everyday interior objects and using these moulds to potentially cast with plaster.
Initial Ideation and Explorations
Initial precedents and concept exploration on collaborative platform Miro: 3D scanning and brick texture and modeling exercise. Various objects including architectural thresholds were scanned and texture images were applied to individual bricks in the 3D wall model. Demo 3D print of brick was completed to investigate printing times and settings and possibility of using flatbed […]
The Creative School Catalyst Hosts RUBIX 2022
Event Date: January 27, 2022 @ 4:00-7:00 p.m.Event Website : https://www.torontomu.ca/the-catalyst/rubix-2022/ “RUBIX is an annual exhibition and showcase event that celebrates the scholarly, research, and creative (SRC) activities within The Creative School at Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson). Every year, RUBIX brings together brilliant minds from across the fields of media, design, and creative industries […]
Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) Showcase
Event Date: October 2021Event Website: https://www.ryerson.ca/research/news-events/2021/11/students-showcase-their-undergraduate-research-opportunities-projects/ Student participants of the annual Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO) program shares their findings and what they learned over the summer at a virtual showcase attended by classmates and supervisors across different faculties and schools. Alice Huang, a fourth-year School of Interior Design student presented the Interior Archipelago from behind-the-scenes […]