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STARTS Wednesday 9th JANUARY at 10.00am in the Cayley Lecture Theatre

ENDS WITH A PUBLIC EXHIBITION ON FRIDAY 18th JANUARY


Adolf Loos - Muller House 1930.3dm
Alberto Campo Baeza - Caja General de Ahorros - 2001
Alison & Peter Smithson - Economist Building 1964.3dm
Alvaro Siza - Galician Centre of Contemporary Art 1993.3dm
Atelier Tekuto - Lucky Drops House 2005.3dm
Caruso St John Architects - Brick House 2005.3dm
Charles and Ray Eames - Eames House 1949.3dm
Eduardo Souto De Moura - House in Cascais - 2002
Enric Miralles - Igualada Cemetery - 1994
Enric Miralles - Olympic Archery Range - 1991
Enric Miralles - Scottish Parliament Building - 2002
FOA - Yokohama International Port Terminal 2002.3dm
Foster & Rogers - Creek Vean House 1966.3dm
Frank Gehry - Gehry House 1978.3dm
Frank Gehry - Winton Guest House 1987.3dm
Frank Lloyd Wright - Johnson Wax Headquarters - 1939
Gerrit Rietveld - Schroder House 1924.3dm
Giuseppe Terragni - Casa del Fascio 1936.3dm
Glen Murcutt - Ball-Eastaway House and Studio 1983.3dm
Gunnar Asplund - Stockholm Public Library 1927.3dm
Jean Nouvel - Institut du Monde Arabe - 1987
Konstantin Melnikov - Melnikov House - 1929
Le Corbusier - Heidi Weber Pavilion - 1967
Louis Kahn - Salk Institute 1965.3dm
Luigi Snozzi - Kalman House 1932.3dm
Mario Botta - Chapel Of Saint Mary of the Angels - 1996
Michael & Patty Hopkins - Hopkins House 1977.3dm
Mies van der Rohe - Convention Hall - 1954
Mies van der Rohe - Crown Hall at I.I.T. - 1956
Mies van der Rohe - Farnsworth House 1951.3dm
Mies van der Rohe - National Theatre - 1953
Mies van der Rohe - New National Gallery - 1968
Mies van der Rohe -Tugendhat House 1930.3dm
MVRDV - Two houses on Borneo Sporenburg.3dm
Naito Architect - Makino Museum of Plants & People 1999.3dm
Norman Foster - Cho en Dai House 1994.3dm
Norman Foster - Willis Faber & Dumas Building 1975.3dm
OMA - Bordeaux House 1998.3dm
OMA - Casa da Musica 2005.3dm
Paul Rudolph - Milam Residence - 1961
Peter Eisenman - House VI 1975.3dm
Peter Zumthor - Saint Benedict Chapel - 1988
Peter Zumthor - Thermal Baths 1996.3dm
Ray Kappe Architects - First LivingHome Model Home - 2010
Renzo Piano - Tjibaou Cultural Centre 1998.3dm
Richard Meier - Neugebauer House - 1998
Richard Meier - Saltzman House - 1969
Sami Rintala - Element House 2005.3dm
Sheppard Robson - Kingspan Lighthouse - 2010
Shigeru Ban - Furniture House 1996.3dm
Sou Fujimoto - Care Centre 2004.3dm
Souto de Moura - House at Moledo 2000.3dm
UN Studio - Mobius House 1998.3dm
VHP s+a+l - Sound Wall Homes 2001.3dm

You will attend a variety of activities during the workshop and at each point will be given a series of short

briefs and tasks to complete before the next stage. You will need to keep up with what we ask you to

do, and to follow very carefully the Workshop Schedule at the end of this sheet. We hope that everyone

will achieve a great deal in a short-time, and with limited resources. This is a challenge for us as well as

you! Please do your best to help things run smoothly by sticking to the times shown on the schedule. You

will find it contains the following activities:

1. Lectures

The workshop begins with three introductory lectures starting at 11.00 in the Caley Lecture Theatre (first

lecture theatre on the right, as you enter the building). You will need to make a decision immediately after

the first lecture about your choice of precedent and then will be asked to gather some information about

the building straight away.

2. Introduction to Rhino

We will give you a brief introduction to Rhino. The laser cutters run from Rhino files and we will expect you

to do all the drawing for the workshop in Rhino. You do not need to have any Rhino skills at the start of the

workshop, but you will have by the end! We will help you along the way.

3. Rhino Clinics

We will give you some basic exercises you will need to complete in Rhino in order to use the laser cut-
ter, and then will hold a series of Rhino Clinics in the Fab Lab to help you with any issues you may have

preparing your files. These will take place in small groups and must be completed before progressing to

the next stage, which will be the second part of the Laser Cutting induction.

4. Laser Inductions

Laser inductions will be completed in pairs, and will last 1 hour. We will book a slot for you once someone

has checked your file to ensure it will cut properly. Once you have completed your induction, you will be

free to book Laser Slots for your models.

5. Model-making Tutorials

You will be asked to make some small, but detailed and sophisticated models of your precedents and this

will require a modelling strategy. We will ask you to develop a plan and design for your model and will give

you feedback on this in your teams in the Model-making Tutorials. You will need to work with the other pair

who will be modeling the same precedent as you, to ensure you coordinate the models you produce for

each precedent.

6. Laser Slots and Assembly Time

Laser time will be available in 20 minute slots, and we hope every team should get at least three and

maybe more slots. There is limited capacity, so you will need to plan your cutting time carefully! Do as

much as you can before by hand and make your opportunities to use the machine count.

7. Show ‘n Tells

Once you have cut and started to assemble your models, there will be short and informal Show ‘n Tells to

share ideas and give us a further opportunity to suggest ways you might develop your work.

8. Exhibition & Prize-giving

There may be some adjustments to the schedule of the workshop along the way, but there is a very clear

end point. 17.00 Friday we will host an exhibition to display the work you have made during the workshop.

There should be an impressive range of models on display. We will also shortlist six teams, and one team

will win the Jacquard Prize. The criteria the judges will use for assessing the work are shown below, and

you should bear these in mind as you design and build your models.

YOU MUST FIRST REGISTER BEFORE YOU CAN BEGIN YOUR LASER CUTTING ESSENTIALS. ONCE YOU HAVE REGISTERED AND DRAWN YOUR 7'S CHALLENGE PLEASE BRING IT TO THE LAB AND WE WILL BOOK YOU A TIME SLOT FOR THE INDUCTION.

BELOW ARE THE DIMENSIONS OF THE 7'S CHALLENGE. YOUR 7'S CHALLENGE MUST NOT ONLY HAVE YOU NAME AND STUDIO/GROUP BUT ALSO A 3DIMENSIONAL ELEMENT (FOR EXAMPLE, A JOINT? HOW IS YOUR MODEL GOING TO FIT TOGETHER) AND A FEW EXPERIMENTS OF ETCHING TEXTURES (WHAT IS YOUR BUILDING MADE FROM, MARBLE? BRICK?).

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