Workshops

Now you can hire cunicode to run a workshop, talk or event at your location.
We’ll come with a 3D-Printer and lots of ideas to co-design and make things.

Workshops are designed to bring a hands on experience to the participants and enable creative self expression and experimentation.

Choose any of the available workshops:

Brickolage workshop

Workshop to design and make a custom and unique construction toy brick to fit standard LEGO® brick.
The designs can go as crazy as you want.
Do you want a brick with wings? Or your face on a brick?
let’s design, let’s make it.

Bricolage ( /ˌbriːkɵˈlɑːʒ/ or /ˌbrɪkɵˈlɑːʒ/) is a term used in several disciplines, among them the visual arts, to refer to the construction or creation of a work from a diverse range of things that happen to be available, or a work created by such a process.

 

memento workshop

3D Scan your city and turn it into a souvenir.
Using photogrametry, we will capture part of your city and turn it into an object. We will use the following software: 123D-Catch to scan, Sketchup and MeshMixer to edit and prepare the design to be printed.

Ikea-Mutants workshop

Take a standard ikea product and improve it, abuse it, augment it, deform it, obsolete it, enhance it…
The goal of the workshop is to design a piece, object or part that turns an existing object into something new.
Designs can be functional, critical, humorous, decorative…


Workshop structure:

  • Introduction to 3D Printing, and how it can change the way things are designed, made and consumed. (1h)
  • Ideation session | get ideas to be 3D printed. (1h)
  • 3D modeling | Sketchup, 123D, Blender… (3h)
  • 3D Printing (3h)

Participants

  • 5 to 15 participants is a good number.
  • Multidisciplinary teams tend to produce better results.
  • Ideal  for people interested in new technologies, DIY, Design and Crafts

Budget

As a Host, you would provide the following:

  • Space (workshop-like environment)
  • Participants (students & professionals)
  • Workshop fees + travel & accommodation if needed

About the facilitator

Bernat Cuni is a product designer specialized in digital fabrication with experience in the fields of prospective design, eco-design and design entrepreneurship.

Currently heading Cunicode.com.
Previously, Bernat was running a design incubator program at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, School of Design.


Excited?
Contact us for more info.


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