Course - multi materials / Tyvek
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Marque 9, FelixTina - Streit Oxana
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Sonorité, Chloé Rouhling - Maud Pomorski
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Sonorité, Chloé Rouhling - Maud Pomorski
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Drapé, Olivia Porter - Inès Schupp
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Drapé, Olivia Porter - Inès Schupp
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Cooked Hats, Chiara Kocis - Abigaë lMackenzie
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Naturavek, Joddy Schnider - Melina Meyer
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Naturavek, Joddy Schnider - Melina Meyer
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Naturavek, Joddy Schnider - Melina Meyer
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Vase Pliek, Capucine Bricheux - Aline Weiss
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Hamak, Gyeonghwan Hwang - Mélina Laville
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Course - multi materials / Tyvek

April 2021

Tyvek experimentation course led by Luciano Dell’Orefice and Valentin Dubois

During the spring semester of 2021, BA students in Interior Architecture were asked to reflect upon the technical and aesthetic properties of Tyvek and come up with objects that exploit them. Based on the transversal approach advocated in the Multi-materials course, the students explored the potential of Tyvek through principled models and experiments in order to create a prototype from the material samples provided.

The most interesting research and development projects were integrated into HEAD – Genève’s material library.

 

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