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ARCH 3612 Design VI Fall 2020

ARCH 3612 Design VI Fall 2020

Profs. Paul King and Jill Bouratoglou Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30-12:15pm

ARCH3590 Parametric Computation, Materials and Fabrication SP20

ARCH3590 Parametric Computation, Materials and Fabrication SP20

This course is an introduction to parametric computational design and digital fabrication. Grasshopper, a Rhino plug-in, will be used as a primary digital modeling tool. Students will learn how to use the tool, how to work with algorithms, and how to utilize them for architectural design projects. The course will also explore the qualities of basic materials such as paper, wood, concrete, and plastics in the context of computational design and digital fabrication thinking and techniques.

ARCH3590 Intro to Computation and Fabrication FA19

ARCH3590 Intro to Computation and Fabrication FA19

This course is an introduction to parametric computational design and digital fabrication. Grasshopper, a Rhino plug-in, will be used as a primary digital modeling tool. Students will learn how to use the tool, how to work with algorithms, and how to utilize them for architectural design projects. The course will also explore the qualities of basic materials such as paper, wood, concrete, and plastics in the context of computational design and digital fabrication thinking and techniques.

Intermediate Computation and Fabrication (ARCH 3690 | Spring 2019)

Intermediate Computation and Fabrication (ARCH 3690 | Spring 2019)

This course, the second in the digital fabrication certificate sequence (following ARCH3590) focuses on the development of parametric tools and digital prototyping techniques and practice. Beginning from the study of precedents of modern architectural fabrication—both digital and non-digital– the course will develop a comprehensive understanding of exemplary construction and tectonic systems, as well as allowing students to develop a proficiency in applying this knowledge in constructing associative/parametric digital models that utilize tools to generate alternative variations of these systems. An integral part of the course involves the study of parametric modeling in Rhino 3D, Grasshopper, and Paneling Tools. The output of the course will be a digitally modeled and fabricated panel, with paneling systems involving complex curvatures. Students will have come away from the course with digital and material models, and documentation of the structural characteristics of the materials and fabrication techniques used.

ARCH3590 Parametric Computation, Fabrication

ARCH3590 Parametric Computation, Fabrication

This course is an introduction to parametric computational design and digital fabrication. Grasshopper, a Rhino plug-in, will be used as a primary digital modeling tool. Students will learn how to use the tool, how to work with algorithms, and how to utilize them for architectural design projects. The course will also explore the qualities of basic materials such as paper, wood, concrete, and plastics in the context of computational design and digital fabrication thinking and techniques.

My Projects

Peer Advisement

Peer Advisement

Program to increase retention of female students in engineering technology programs.

Architecture Internships / Jobs

Architecture Internships / Jobs

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Parametric Computation, Materials and Fabrication (ARCH 3590 | Fall 2019)

Parametric Computation, Materials and Fabrication (ARCH 3590 | Fall 2019)

This course is an introduction to parametric computational design and digital fabrication. Grasshopper, a Rhino plug-in, will be used as a primary digital modeling tool. Students will learn how to use the tool, how to work with algorithms, and how to utilize them for architectural design projects. The course will also explore the qualities of basic materials such as paper, wood, concrete, and plastics in the context of computational design and digital fabrication thinking and techniques. Students will be challenged to design and fabricate three small projects: a paper lamp, a CNC milling, a pavilion/furniture project. Students will create their own geometry creation algorithms in Grasshopper and prepare 3D models for the fabrication of physical models of each project. The projects will provide students with opportunities to explore and learn the concept and techniques of parametric rule-based design, digital fabrication tools, assembly of fabricated parts.

BTECH 3_Project Website_Team 5_YP.LM.TR.

BTECH 3_Project Website_Team 5_YP.LM.TR.

Project 1_Brendan Cooney Health Club

Learning Places Barclays Center Projects Volume 2

Learning Places Barclays Center Projects Volume 2

This site compiles the research students in Learning Places courses are conducting focused on the site of the Barclays Center on the edge of Downtown Brooklyn.

My Clubs

City Tech Women Engineers Club

City Tech Women Engineers Club

The mission of the City Tech Women Engineers Club is to promote awareness and interest in improving the enrollment, retention and graduation rates of women in the technology programs at New York City College of Technology, as well as develop leadership skills through workshops, seminars and student collaboration. lnstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Women in Engineering (WIE) student branch at CityTech invites all interested students to join the Openlab club. Joining IEEE WIE student chapter is optional. We provide support, information and resources to all members to help them succeed in their engineering technology field of interest.

NYCCT Architecture Club

NYCCT Architecture Club

For over 30 years the Architecture Club has been one of the most influential clubs on City Tech’s campus. Each semester students and club members’ gain valuable knowledge from speakers who are invited to come and share their architectural experiences with the club. However, class lectures are no substitute for the personal, eye opening experiences that a field trip can bring.