Projects from the department of Digital Design at the Detmold School of Architecture and Interior Design have been displayed in the temporary gallery space ‘Haus Finke’ in Detmold from 31 March to 16 April 2015.
The public exhibition, with a focus on digital fabrication, showcased next to a selection of projects form the Bachelor and Master courses in Architecture and Interior Design also a series of works from our post-graduate Master program Computational Design and Construction – e.g. a shell structure by Ghaith Tish, a folded pavilion by Tal Friedman as well as the karamba chair and the moebius bench by Patric Günther, Kaveh Allhadin, Manuel Sotomayor and Rodrigo Velasco.
Scale models, prototypes, 1:1 mock-ups, digital tools, videos and visuals gave an insight in computational design strategies and digital production technologies, such as 3D printing, cnc-milling, waterjet and laser-cutting.
Interior design students Judith Bauhuis, Lydia Reichhart and Nadine Bauer developed the exhibition design, referring to a circuit board that interconnects the various exhibits of the digital workshop.