Analog model construction

Architectural model-building workshop and prototype construction workshop

Students can use tools and modern woodworking equipment for conventional architectural and analog model construction in the wood workshop. The tools and equipment are of a quality to be found in a modern professional joiner's workshop, enabling students to build models of solid wood, wooden materials, plastics, cardboard and non-ferrous metals. Twelve high-powered woodworking machines are available for students to use in all model-building activities related to their studies, such as furniture, architecture or urban planning models and all practical architecture assignments and designs, including bachelor/master design models.

Next to the woodworking workshop is a bench room, which can also be used outside regular opening hours, for building simple working models using a thermocutter. The woodworking equipment is only available to students who have taken Stuttgart University's Faculty 1 machine course (Maschinenkurs). The machine course is held subject to prior arrangement with the workshop manager for no more than ten participants.


Analog model construction | Michael Schneider

Keplerstr. 11, 70174 Stuttgart, Room 2.03 / 2.04

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