Design for Digital Fabrication: Part 1

As designers of buildings, we have to fluidly change resolution in order to develop at scales, which capture our designs at their macro, off-site approach, then their more relatable, pedestrian scale and then all the way down to their micro scale: the nuts and bolts that keep our buildings watertight. An inability to change scale can be the death of a designer.

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DIGITAL FABRICATION DESIGN

When I look at the practice of Architecture and construction; a gap exists between the designer and the fabricator. We are typically trying to pieces and parts to assemble a design that will become an entire building.

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