For the final review of Wash ‘n’ Draw First Year students exhibited their drawings in the First Year Studio Space. By now the drawings showed a much wider range than the initial measured plan and sections of parts and machines.
Octave explains how he misused his washing machine as a drawing device;
Kayvan presents motion studies of a part of his washer;
In his first public lecture at the AA since 1999, Bernard Cache, principal of the Paris-based practice Objectile, and noted theorist of geometry and computational ontology, shared his latest insights on Vitruvius’ classic Tower of Winds, the parametric software TopSolid and other powerful ‘machines dedicated to the production of information’.
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