(music – motivation) So we have 32 students in the Master of
Architecture program first year. They are divided in five teams. They work together
on a design of a brick wall that’s driven by aggregation of patterns and
their designs of core bling and rotation bonds a brick. The whole reason for we’re doing this thing is not to teach students the labor of laying bricks, as much as
testing their designs itself. We really learned how to transform our plans our section elevatioins renders that we had and make it into something 3d real-life.
I found this to be a very unique I found this to be a very unique experience for graduate students because it allowed us to interact and understand the materiality of the brick
better in terms of building with it and how that would turn out from the 2D plans we made. Our purpose is to educate and let architecture students know about the versatility of masonry. Sometimes, what you design on paper and on the
computer doesn’t always work out in real-life situations and that’s why we
do this is to give the students real-life hands-on experience.