You want to touch it.
You want to feel it.
You want to sit on it.
You want to sleep in it.
And it is Beautiful.
FY-Langes is an installation that is currently being designed and produced by students enrolled in the Fast Pace/Slow Space technology course at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation (GSAPP), and will be on display on campus in the middle of May of 2012. Our aim is to push the boundaries of digital fabrication and experiment with a non-conventionial material, and push the boundary of its performance in order to create an occupiable structure. The goal is to marry non-conventional cutting techniques with advanced digital design tools in a singular project.
Who Are We?
We are 10 students currently pursuing our graduate degrees in architecture at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. We are all design enthusiasts, passionate about fabrication and love to build stuff. So help us build FY-langes. It will be awesome.
The FY! Team:
Rand Abdul Jabbar
Fast Pace/Slow Space Spring 2012 Technology Course, GSAPP
Professors Brigette Borders and Mark Bearak
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