Workshops

3D Sketch Up ( 3 Days)

language: English

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Date:

29 October 2019 - 31 October 2019
Time: 5:00 PM
Duration: 3 hrs

Location:

Knowledge Tower

Audience

Suitable for 16+ years.

Ever since 2004, Sketch-up is one of the fastest and most advanced 3D modeling softwares available. It’s quick to model anything from a cup of tea to complete interiors and buildings. Therefore it is widely used by industrial designers, architects, urban planners and game- developers. The 3D course will initially start with an intro of the use and the easiness of the program. Slowly together with the tutors you will dive in the world of Sketch-up, starting with 2D drawing and transforming it to 3D models. In the course the tutors will give a large number of examples ranging from window frames to staircases but is of course not limited to (interior) architecture only. After the 3 day course, Sketch-up will be part of your design process.

Objectives and Expected Outcomes: 
-Understand the value of experimenting and making unexpected connections in order to solve complex, contemporary and local problems.
-Know how to collect, analyze and filter useful data.
-Ability to translate research into design, using various techniques such as 2D/3D sketching and model making.
-Identify solutions to solve the formulated problem.
-Ability to communicate their designs using various presentation techniques.

Outline: 
Day 1 – Introduction 

- Who is NExAR? 
- Something about water: what is it and how important is it?    

Day 2 – Discovery and Research 
- DISCOVER water use in own surroundings by field research.  
- INTERPRET design opportunities for better use of water-use, storage and harvesting.    

Day 3 – Ideate and Create 
- IDEATE potential designs for the opportunities. 
- CREATE models.  

Day 4 – Evaluate 
- EVALUATE and innovate. 
- EXPERIMENT with the prototype.

Day 5 – Present

 

Facilitators:
1- Dennis Meulenbroeks "Social entrepreneur"
The founder and director of NexAR, a bridge building organization for design between the Netherlands and the Arab World. As a social entrepreneur with a background in Industrial Design, he continues to research and develop new approaches and strategies for design in the social field. His entrepreneurial spirit and ability to make things happen are a necessity in a collaborative and empowering project set-up. 
Dennis Meulenbroeks was the first ever designer who fitted the field of social work with designs to get to holistic, innovative and realistic concepts and programs. www.ne-ar.info 

2- Lotte de Raadt "Conscious designer"