discursive wall - public openning

DISCURSIVE WALL – OFFICIAL OPENING AT VITRUVIUS FABLAB ISCTE-IUL

Dear all, We are pleased to invite you, for the official opening of the Discursive Wall prototype (in exhibition at the ISCTE-IUL in the Assessotel coffee-shop, building 2) and Vitruvius FabLab ISCTE-IUL, (building 2, 0 floor, room D0.04). The public

discursive wall - public openning

DISCURSIVE WALL – OFFICIAL OPENING AT VITRUVIUS FABLAB ISCTE-IUL

Dear all, We are pleased to invite you, for the official opening of the Discursive Wall prototype (in exhibition at the ISCTE-IUL in the Assessotel coffee-shop, building 2) and Vitruvius FabLab ISCTE-IUL, (building 2, 0 floor, room D0.04). The public

registrations are closed

Registrations!!

  We are sorry to informe you that our Workshop is Full !! To all that will Join us, Welcome! See you next Wednesday! Thank you. Regards  

registrations are closed

Registrations!!

  We are sorry to informe you that our Workshop is Full !! To all that will Join us, Welcome! See you next Wednesday! Thank you. Regards  

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Vitruvius FabLab

The aim of the research in Vitruvius FabLab–ISCTE.IUL will be the exploration of new methods of approach to architectural design/as well as new applications of construction materiais. The Vitruvius FabLab–ISCTE.IUL will develop automated techniques for the production of architectural models,

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Vitruvius FabLab

The aim of the research in Vitruvius FabLab–ISCTE.IUL will be the exploration of new methods of approach to architectural design/as well as new applications of construction materiais. The Vitruvius FabLab–ISCTE.IUL will develop automated techniques for the production of architectural models,

fablab edp

FabLab EDP

“Fablab” is a short term for “Fabrication Laboratory”, or, like some people prefer to call it,, “Fabulous Laboratory”. The concept was developed in the Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) of the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), through a course

fablab edp

FabLab EDP

“Fablab” is a short term for “Fabrication Laboratory”, or, like some people prefer to call it,, “Fabulous Laboratory”. The concept was developed in the Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) of the Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), through a course