“The ACAWorkshop’s goal is to educate and be educated by participants working in different areas of ceramic design. It [included] introductions to current design and manufacturing techniques, visits to architectural projects and daily lectures to stimulate our imagination on the potential of this material. A significant portion of the workshop [was] devoted to working collaboratively in teams to explore innovative design applications for ceramics as they pertain to bio-climatic functions. The teams [are] supported by a Boston Valley Terra Cotta adjunct and a UB architecture student who [assisted] them in developing designs for facades, walls, objects, and surfaces.”
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