ExLab: Robotic Clay 3D Printing 2019
Semester 2, 2019
ExLab: Robotic Clay 3D Printing is an elective in the Master of Architecture program in the Melbourne School of Design, Architecture, Building & Planning. During this elective the students were involved in building 2 large scale prototypes that explored the combination of clay 3D printing and robotic fabrication.
'Hyper-Ceramic Tessellation' experiments with mass-customised construction through robotically 3D printed bricks.
The use of robotic fabrication allowed a hyperbolic surface to be panelised into unique components.
Vegetation is a Hack by the Other Group
'Vegetation is a Hack by the Other Group' explores how robotic fabrication can used to create textured wall surfaces.
Elective led by:
A special thanks to:
Pie Bolton - The Kiln Room
Deborah Edwards - VCA
Asuka Mew - Wingnut & Co
Lucile Sciallano - Alterfact