printing clay My residency at EKWC is part of a research project into producing sustainable architecture from local materials. By translating the knowledge of traditional building methods to the contemporary context of architecture, I explore the possibilities of digital fabrication techniques. Designing for digital fabrication requires a renewed understanding of materials and manufacturing which I have worked to develop further during the work period of residence by making computer models and producing prototypes. By doing so I explore both functional and esthetic qualities of the digital production in clay.
Sundaymorning@ekwc is an international workplace where artists, designers and architects explore the technical and artistic possibilities of ceramics. Sundaymorning@ekwc operates as an artist-in-residence centre and as a centre of excellence. Its aim is to promote the development of ceramic art, design and architecture. The residency is part of my research into the possibilities of digital manufacturing in architecture funded by the Creative Industries Fund NL
opening final exhibition @EKWC overview exhibition 3d printed “bricks” forming an arch, part of a vaulted construction. 3d printed building elements forming a dome and vaulted construction 3d printed facade elements 3d printed variable mesh. 3d printed facade elements. 3d printed facade elements family; one script with different parameters detail facade elements