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Tools for Conviviality projects featured in Crozet Gazette

Read all about it on the Crozet Gazette website!  

FINAL REVIEW: Tools for Conviviality

See more at Convivialwood.com!

FINAL REVIEW | WG Clark

FINAL REVIEW | ARCH 6020 | Professor Waldman

Professor Peter Waldman is famous for assembling wonderfully large panels for his Final Review. In the photo I recognize Phoebe Crisman, Alexander Kitchin, Ed Ford, Robin Dripps, W.G. Clark, and Marlon Blackwell. Your work looks beautiful 🙂 Great job, 1st year Path A’s !!!

Thesis Work | Justin Hershberger, Brian Davis, Ben Hartigan, Randall Winston

From the Thesis Studio mid-review.

woodflows sneak peak …

ALAR 4020-8020 | Tools for Conviviality | Prof. Lucia Phinney + Prof. Lionel Devlieger | Sophia Lee | Help building from whole studio!

Around the Studio in 7 minutes

Tools for Conviviality: Lucia Phinney + Lionel Devlieger: experiments in concrete casting with wood by-products, learning to design wood joints with the CNC router, and learning to fabricate traditional wood joints. Studio WG Clark | Designing a House: Emily Miyares Studio WG Clark | Designing a House: Tina C. Cheng Studio WG Clark | Designing … Continue reading

Junior Year Studio – Professor Alexander Kitchin

Alexander Kitchin is an adjunct lecturer and owner of elbwrm – design.fabrication.research.concrete – located in charlottesville. It’s been mighty entertaining watching his studio work on their current project in the wood shop. They designed landscapes through a process of Grasshopper, CNC routing foam, concrete casting, and then manipulation of these 100 lb artifacts. The idea is that … Continue reading

Onsrud we go

The “Tools for Conviviality” studio has begun fabricating! To complete the CNC certification, there followed a small homework assignment. Students designed a 12″x12″ tile that contained the 4 different types of CNC toolpath options: contour, surface, pocket cut, and drilled holes. I began with a Rhino file in which I designed a tile that interlocks … Continue reading

Bend it like Hershberger

UVa M Arch allows for students with diverse interests to pursue them further in independent studies with professors. Justin Hershberger and Ben Hartigan are in an Independent Study with Professor Ed Ford to study the craft of wood and joints. The following are some examples of the excitement by Justin: Kerf & Splice Biscuits, no … Continue reading