To jumpstart the mainstreaming of additive manufacturing applications in architecture & other design related fields in Nigeria, this workshop starts by highlighting state of the art examples in 3D printing round the globe. It also aims to walk participants through the unique constraints of working in challenging contexts like Nigeria's but also navigating the terrain.
Participants will be able to apply technical know-how and simplify technical jargon to make objects of different scales from architecture to interior design and from product design to jewelry production.
This virtual workshop requires pre-registration event. It is delivered by ATO Studios [a subsidiary of ATO Architects] and Stampar3D. Intending participants can register via this link: bit.ly/ATOStampar3DPrinting
Date: Saturday 6 March 2021
Time: 4pm WAT
About ATO Studios
Located in Lekki, Lagos Nigeria, ATO Studios is the both the headquarters of ATO Architects and training facility for the architecture office. Created in 2019, ATO Studios has successfully facilitated in-person and online training sessions for architects and design related professionals.
About ATO Architects
ATO Architects started out in 1987 on the back of a winning entry in a design competition for the squash court complex of one of the oldest clubs in Nigeria, Ikoyi Club 1938. The firm went on to prove herself by winning a string of other competitive bids for work, including the 17 storey, 3-tower headquarter building for the Federal Inland Revenue Service at Abuja. ATO Architects is an ISO 9001:2015 Company.
Stampar3D is a group of Engineers, Artists, Designers and Mould-Makers, founded in 2014 to bring the emerging world of 3D Printing to the Nigerian market. The group has the expertise to take product ideas from a napkin sketch, to a robust physical product, all the way to mass market.
For further enquiries please contact:
BIM Manager, ATO Architects Limited
Title3D Printing: Applications for Industry
FromMarch 06, 2021 04:00 PM
UntilMarch 06, 2021 05:00 PM