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  • New Skins 2015 Workshops

    Francis Bitonti Studio, "Molecule."
    brooklyn NEW YORK & london UNITED KINGDOM

    New Skins Workshop explores new computational design methods and techniques, equipping students with the skills and tools needed to design and fabricate complex geometry in computational fashion design. . . .

    workshop: Francis Bitonti Studio, “New Skins 2015.”
    Monday, 06/22–Friday 07/03 (London)
    Monday, 07/13–Friday 07/24 (New York)
    2:00–7:00 p.m. (5 hour sessions) / 10 classes

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    Program History
    The New Skins Workshop Series, led by Francis Bitonti, launched Summer 2013 in Brooklyn, New York. New Skins Workshop explores new computational design methods and techniques, equipping students with the skills and tools needed to design and fabricate complex geometry in computational fashion design. Students work closely with Francis Bitonti Studio with the intent to create, develop, and fabricate innovative and iconic forms and shapes. Francis Bitonti explains, “The workshop is about finding the new aesthetic formal language of this new manufacturing paradigm. It’s not just about replicating a form from the computer, though that is part of it—it’s about cultivating new material behaviors.”

    DESCRIPTION

    This summer we will focus on shoe design and production using 3-D Printing.

    A 10-day workshop under the direction of Francis Bitonti, where students will learn the tools and theory of computational design processes as they relate to shoe design. Courses will introduce students to the tools and software needed to design and fabricate complex geometry. In addition to a schedule of courses, students will collaborate with Francis Bitonti Studio on the production of a 3-D printed shoes in the form of a working design studio environment.

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