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modeLab Parametric Design Workshop this weekend

modeLab Parametric Design Workshop this weekend

With the modeLab Parametric Design Workshop quickly approaching, we are pleased to announce that there are only a few seats remaining. In order to expand upon previous introductory-level workshops, as well as provide more in-depth exercises, we have restructured this workshop to include a series of presentation documents, lectures, and a fully revised parametric design curriculum.

As a reminder, the location of this workshop is in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, conveniently located at the foot of the High Line. Check out the link to information about the newly opened second-phase section just above 23rd Street. We are in for an exciting weekend and look forward to seeing you there.

To guarantee your seat in the workshop, please finalize your registration by submitting payment via the “Pay Now” button on the workshop webpage. Feel free to submit any questions to this address ( We look forward to your participation.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "modeLab Parametric Design Workshop this weekend" 21 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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