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From Monet's garden to the manta rays that inspired Vincent Callebaut, artists and designers have long looked to nature for inspiration. As biomimicry becomes increasingly influential in architecture and design, The Current is delighted to introduce a 3-D printing class that engages students in bio-inspired design challenges. Students in this class will use the design-thinking process to develop and print planters specifically suited to meet the needs of the plants they hold. They will research the unique needs and characteristics of their plants and create homes for them that are engineered to create the perfect environment for growth. Combining sculptural forms and research-based design, participants will create a variety of one-of-a-kind planters to meet the needs of herbs, succulents, bonsai, and more.


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3D Printing: Learning from Nature

  • Tuesdays,  May 9 - June 6, 3:00-5:00pm

    5 sessions

    Complimentary aftercare is available until 5:30pm.

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