WORKSHOP: The Wormhole Gallery

In 2022, SA lab joined DigitalFUTURES community, sharing knowledge in fields of computational design and digital fabrication. DigitalFUTURES creates a series of free workshops and lectures to bring together the leading architects, thinkers and technologists from across the globe. SA lab partners, Stepan Kukharskiy and Alina Chereyskaya, will hold THE WORMHOLE GALLERY workshop.

Wormholes are speculative structures in Physics that resemble a tunnel between two black holes or other points in space-time, providing a shortcut between its endpoints. Workshop participants will try to make the concept a reality. They will work on projects of virtual landscapes, structures, and pavilions. Firstly, they will create designs of the spaces using computational design tools such as Rhino and Grasshopper. Secondly, students will prepare the projects for the web using Blender. Finally, they will work on the web pages for the created spaces, uploading 3D models online and programming user interaction with JavaScript, Three.js, and hosting everything on In the end, we will gather all the projects into one virtual gallery that users can explore and enjoy.

From: June 27, 2022
Until: July 01, 2022
Deadline to apply: June 10, 2022

Address: online
Fee: free
Language: English
Participants: students, architects, designers, CGI artists, developers etc.
Required Skills: interest in programming, computational design
Required Software: Rhinoceros 7, Grasshopper, Blender,
Required Hardware: PC or MAC
Maximum number of participating students: 20

How to apply?
Follow the link



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Cite: "WORKSHOP: The Wormhole Gallery" 17 Jun 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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