Foundation

How To Design (Almost) Anything

FoS201

Students are guided in conducting research and designing experiments, building, and testing prototypes, to arrive at a “Symbiotic Creature”, an artifact that leverages symbiosis across different systems. New topics introduced in this studio include dynamic mechanisms, materiality, physical computing, interactions, and technical aspects of design.

Zinah Issa

Hugo

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Mirko Daneluzzo

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Mariam Halouani

Geo-Ex

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Raffi Tchakerian

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Fatima Alhalyan

Copyplant

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Mirko Daneluzzo

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Dalilah Mansour

3C

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Raffi Tchakerian

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Mariam Lambertt

Paper-Ray

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Carlos Montana

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Shamma Alshamsi

Illuminate

How to Design (Almost) Anything

Prof. Sayjel Patel

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Material (In) Formation

FoW201

prof. Mirko Daneluzzo

prof. Raffi Tchakerian

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The course provides a hands-on introduction to the resources for designing and fabricating smart systems, including CAD/CAM/CAE; algorithmic design; data-driven applications; CNC machining, 3-D printing, laser cutting; wearables; sensors and actuators; embedded digital processing; wired and wireless communications.