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Melbourne Design Week

The Concrete Waste Challenge

Presented by Curvecrete

Sorry you missed this one!
Free entry
Testing Grounds,
1 City Rd,
Southbank

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
Daniel Prohasky
Warren Rudd
In collaboration with:
Marcus Cher
Daniel Shawyer
Travis Gemmill
Paul Meeuwsen
Mohammadalmas Surti

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
Jay Sanjayan
Behzad Nematollahi
Kia Rasekhi
Ming Xia
Taylor Marchmant
Ravendran Arunothayan
Shin Bong
Mohammadalmas Surti
Daniel Prohasky
in collaboration with Hayball:
Ann Lau
Venkatesh Natarajan

Twitter @curvecrete
Website curvecrete.com, testing-grounds.com.au, www.dclab.com.au, www.swinburne.edu.au

Thu 12 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Fri 13 Mar, 6pm (Past)

Mon 16 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Tue 17 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Wed 18 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Thu 19 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Fri 20 Mar, 8am–4pm (Past)

Sat 21 Mar, 10am–4pm (Past)

Sat 21 Mar, 11am–1pm (Past)

Sat 21 Mar, 2–4pm (Past)

Free entry
Testing Grounds,
1 City Rd,
Southbank

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