July 8, through Friday July 17, CSI: Connections, Surfaces, Infrastructures will be held at the David Azrieli School of Architecture, at Tel Aviv University. Participants in this ten-day program will work with a wide range of media: architectural drawings, cartographic maps, hydrographic blueprints and digital photography, to experiment with the parameters and meaning of drawing.
More information after the break.
By working individually and in small groups in a studio environment, students will learn a wide-range of software to generate intricate designs that can create new spatial organizations. Project-based work will be also informed by a series of lectures and presentations by designers, architects, digital fabricators and other experts.
The workshop is open to current architecture students, recent graduates, young designers and architects as well as young professionals and others from related fields who are interested in exploring contemporary architecture and urbanism using advanced digital fabrication techniques.
Full-time participation is required on each day of the workshop. The deadline for applications is June 26. For more information.