3D Printing for Architecture
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
Join our fourth Type A Talk on 3D Printing and Architecture!
How can 3D printing help you create better and more durable structural models? How can you put your intern's time to better use than assembling mock-ups?
Two experienced architects will show you how access to desktop 3D printers can help you improve your models and captivate more clients.
5:30 - 5.45 Arrivals and Registration
5.45 - 6.00 Bryan Allen: "Digital Fabrication: Fabrication comes into the studio"
6:00 - 6.15 Laurence Srinivasan:"Modelmaking: 2 case studies using 3D Printing"
6:15 - 6:30 Q&A
6:30 - 7:00 Mix & Mingle: it's time to meet the Next Generation Series 1!
About the speakers
Bryan Allen is Design Principal of Smith|Allen Studio, an interdisciplinary design studio in Oakland. They specialize in Large Scale Architectural Installations using digitally fabricate components. Bryan is Branner Fellow and got his MArch from UC Berkeley.
Laurence Srinivasan studied Architecture and Art at the Rhode Island School of Design, and the ETH-Zurich. After moving to San Francisco, he worked with architecture firm Anshen+Allen, and modelmakers Gemmiti Model Art before starting his own business—Studio for Metropolitan Craft.
When & Where
Type A Machines
Type A Machines is focused on designing and producing the most reliable desktop Series 1 3D printers out of TechShop San Francisco and Westgate San Leandro.