EXHIBITION TIMES: 12–22 MAR, 8AM–4PM, MON – FRI
OPENING: FRI 13 MAR, 6PM, booking required
Curvecrete has set out to create negative waste architecture with a zero-waste low-carbon robotic forming process. As part of that journey, Curvecrete is helping to build a movement towards using more resourceful practices of building and construction. With Curvecrete’s building and construction collaborators in academia and industry, it presents a series of concrete prototypes demonstrating how robotic technology might shape our cities and enable designers and builders to use low-carbon concrete alternatives.
Please join us on Saturday 21st for two exciting workshops (booking required):
WORKSHOP 1: Together in Electric Dreams… The Future of Collaborative Design
This workshop is aimed at a general audience. Looking at future technology like augmented reality and how it will impact design related fields such as engineering and architecture.
WORKSHOP 2: Curvecrete | Solving the Concrete Waste Challenge in Australia
Second only to water, concrete is the most used substance on the planet – how will robotics and low-carbon technology shape our cities?
ROBOTIC FORMWORK TECHNOLOGY: CURVECRETE
In collaboration with:
Curvecrete technology was proudly invented at the Melbourne School of Design, The University of Melbourne, by Paul Loh, David Leggett and Daniel Prohasky.
3D CONCRETE PRINTING TECHNOLOGY: SWINBURNE’S DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION LAB
in collaboration with Hayball: