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Workshop Capturing Landscapes

Back 22 June

Description

The desire to acquire material memories from landscapes we have visited or want to travel to is the generator of our investigation. Digital design tools enable us not only to generate intriguing and innovative forms, but also to capture existing ones. Digital photogrammetry and 3d scanning processes are pertinent today in a multitude of cases of cultural heritage: artefacts, buildings and landscapes.

At the same time landform buildings have become a definitive case of hybridization between landscape and architecture, as it manifests in the creation of artificial ground in the formal configuration of large, urban, public buildings of the past two decades. The desire to capture the exquisite form of a glacier, a ridge, a canyon or a cave or any other geological configuration may be the driving force of our research.

Schedule

  • 22/6_Friday
    Afternoon session: 19:30-21:00
    Introduction Lecture
  • 23/6_Saturday
    Morning session: 09:00-13:00
    Digital acquisition with ReCap Pro or Agisoft at NUP pc lab.
    Afternoon session: 14:30-21:00
    From the captured landscape to the Living Wall.
  • 24/6_Sunday
    Morning session: 09:00-13:00
    Designing the Living Wall
    Afternoon session: 14:30-21:00
    Living Wall Elements investigation and modelling.
  • 25/6_Monday
    Afternoon session: 19:30-21:00 (optional)
    Living Wall Element Fabrication tests
  • 27/6_Wendsday
    Afternoon session: 19:30-21:00 (optional)
    Living Wall Element Fabrication tests
  • 28/6_Thursday
    All day: Excursion
  • 29/6_ Friday
    Afternoon session: 19:30 -21:00
  • Living Wall Element Fabrication
  • 30/6_Saturday
    All day
  • Living Wall Installation
  • 1/7_Sunday
    Morning session: 09:00-13:00
    Presentation and Discussion