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Students Work on Possible City Campus

The possibility of a partial university relocation to the former Sparkasse Bank building is being discussed and the science authority has ordered a feasibility study. The matter is something that students have considered. The "3D Modeling with FabLab Technologies" class invites you to an exhibition.

"In our course, we took the current discussion as an opportunity to work on the topic of the City Campus from a design perspective," says the head of the 3D Modeling with FabLab Technologies seminar, Dr. Bernard Robben. The result is a total of six models that, together with a 3D computer visualization, will be on display at FabLab Bremen, An der Weide 50a (former Post Office 5 at the train station), from March 25 to June 24, 2022.

The international students from the Computer Science and Digital Media degree programs programmed 3D models and then converted them into physical models using modern production machines such as 3D printers and laser cutters. One focus was on so-called parametric design, which enables the development of complex shapes and is used not only in architecture but also in aircraft construction. Among other things, it facilitates a more efficient construction method, but also a more interesting design of buildings. In this respect, it shows a closeness to nature’s construction methods (bionics) and to the Japanese art of origami.

The exhibition is a cooperation of the Digital Media in Education working group at the University of Bremen with FabLab Bremen e.V., a high-tech workshop open to all interested parties.

Invitation to the Vernissage  

Dr. Bernard Robben’s students and the FabLab invite the public and media representatives to the vernissage. They will present some of the models and will also be available for questions.

Friday, March 25, 2022, 7 p.m.
FabLab Bremen
An der Weide 50a (former post office 5 at the train station)
Entrance "Kern 1", 1st floor

Opening Hours March 26 to June 24, 2022:

Mondays – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Thursdays – 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
or by appointment

 

Further Information:

fablab-bremen.org
www.uni-bremen.de/en/

 

Contact:

Dr. Bernard Robben
University of Bremen
Phone: +49 170 8074848
Email: robbenprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Jürgen Amthor
FabLab Bremen e.V.
Phone: +49 421 40 89 36 24
Email: ausstellungprotect me ?!fablab-bremenprotect me ?!.org

Young woman and young man standing in front of a table with a 3D model of a building.
Lisa Hesselbarth and Thomas Höring with their model of a City Campus at FabLab Bremen.