Workshops 

Florim Cooking Class

FLORIM

Always wanted to know more about porcelain stoneware slabs, their sustainable production process and certified use as kitchen worktop? Why not finding out more whilst discovering the secrets of traditional Italian cuisine!

 

Florim Team will be pleased to welcome you to an exclusive series of Cooking Classes. In compliance with the current COVID-19 safety measures, a maximum of 5, will learn how to prepare a typical Italian meal, watching a professional Chef cooking in the Florim Kitchen made with large slabs.

 

If you are an Architect or a Designer, don’t miss the chance to visit the showroom, be presented with the various applications and huge range of Florim products while enjoying a good glass of wine for an all-round Italian experience. Fill the form and choose your event date ….a nice surprise is waiting you!

Date

2 October

9 October

16 October

23 October

28 October

6:30 - 10:00pm

6:30 - 10:00pm

6:30 - 10:00pm

6:30 - 10:00pm

6:30 - 10:00pm

Price

Free

Florim Flagship Store

Location

63 Mohamed Sultan Road, #01-14 Sultan Link, 239002

Sponsor

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Design Your Ultimate 'Resilient Home' Competition

BEEP Lab

Design Clinic 1: Architectural History

This webinar aims to raise awareness, appreciation and action of how participants can play a participatory role in the evolution of their built environment and social communities.
Participants will learn about the relevance of architecture’s saving nature in response to worldwide, problematic phenomena. They will also gain a historical overview of how architecture has significantly allowed society to thrive, through the case study of HDB in Singapore. Finally, participants will also gain a broader perspective of how their built environment has evolved over the centuries based on revolutionary inventions and behaviours. They will then be encouraged to put these theories into practice through a design competition.

 


This webinar aims to democratise the skills and tools architects utilise to plan, draft and turn visions into reality.
Through sketching exercises, participants will be introduced to various frameworks of design conceptualisation, such as function and form.
They will also learn basic terminology by being exposed to architectural drawings of building plans, sections, elevations, etc.
Finally, they will be able to put these skills into practice through a hands-on, supervised model-making session, developing their craftwork and creative thinking skills.


This webinar aims to equip participants with vital soft skills to maximise the impact of their design presentations.
Participants will learn how to organise their drawings and models clearly, and how to pitch them in a coherent, engaging and efficient manner. They will also learn how to give constructive feedback to one another and properly document their works for portfolio purposes. These practices will streamline the work process participants will encounter while they prepare their designs throughout the competition phase.

Design Clinic 2: Architectural Basics

Design Clinic 3: Architectural Presentation

Date

26 September
26 September
2 October
31 October

10:00 - 11:00am
3:30 - 4:30pm
1:00 - 3:00pm
1:00 - 3:00pm

Price

For all 3 Design Clinics + Judging Session

$69/ pax | $179/ team of 3

Virtual

Location

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ArchiCraft: Gouache Workshop

SUTDio

SP ArchiFab

The workshop will throw light on the basic techniques that help to paint landscapes in Gouache. The participants will try the unique properties of Gouache medium, color mixing and brush handling methods. The instructor will demonstrate on painting a landscape and later the participants will be guided to paint a simple landscape in Gouache.

You will also get a promotional code where you can get a discount of 20% to purchase the materials required for the Gouache Painting Workshop at Overjoyed (The Cathay).
Image by Sathyapriya Subramaniam

Date

27 September

10:00 - 1:00pm

Price

$30/pax

Virtual

Location

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ArchiCraft: DIY Tensegrity Structures

SUTDio

SP ArchiFab

Human bodies, the Georgia dome and the Singapore flyer all benefit from the flexibility, toughness, and efficiency of tensegrity structures. Made from a combination of the words tension and integrity, the word tensegrity is used to describe structures that are primarily supported by continuous tension systems with discrete or disconnected rigid elements. In architecture, tensegrity offers sculptural effects like those seen in Kenneth Snelson’s sculptures and even the “floating table” that has recently gone viral online. This hands-on workshop will explore new systems of tensegrity allowing participants to get some experience building architectural model kits and manipulating a 4m diameter tensegrity prototype.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Instructor:
Prof. Kenneth Tracy, Assistant Professor, Architecture and Sustainable Design, Singapore University of Technology and Design

Date

27 September

2:00 - 4:30pm

Price

$33/pax

Edible Garden City

Location

60 Jln Penjara
Singapore 149375

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ArchiCraft: Digital Art and Architecture using LEGO Bricks

SUTDio

SP ArchiFab

This workshop is centred on using LEGO bricks to create iconic architectural or cultural symbols that represent the Singapore identity. Participants will be taught on how to use the software to create virtual LEGO models, following which they will be given some time to independently work on a model of their choosing. Studio 2.0 is a free software provided by Bricklink and owned by LEGO. It has several built-in functionalities (such as creating submodels, collating part and price list, and rendering 3D images).

Date

4 October

1:00 - 4:30pm

Price

$38/pax

Virtual

Location

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Upcycled Pallet Textile Yarn Art

Terra SG

SP ArchiFab

At the end of the workshop, participants will bring home a beautiful and unique yarn art, created using the disused T-shirts and pallet wood, that can be used as room decor.

Through the hands-on process of upcycling and eco-education, participants will not only bring home a product that they created themselves, but also be inspired to rethink the possibilities of the waste that they throw away.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

10 October

10:00 - 12:00pm

Price

$50/pax

Terra SG North Hub

Location

30A Yishun Central 1
Singapore 768796

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ArchiCraft: Hydroponics at Home - Beginner's Course

SUTDio

SP ArchiFab

This course aims to teach the basic principles of growing using hydroponics - which is the method of growing plants using water and nutrients. We will go through the fundamentals of hydroponics as a growing method and we will allow our participants to practice what they learnt by having their very own set.

This is a beginner hydroponics course that will enable anyone to start growing some herbs and vegetables at home. Hydroponics is a method that uses water and nutrients to grow your own vegetables and herbs. This course will teach you the basics of hydroponics and also enable you to bring home your very own set home.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

11 October

10:00 - 12:00pm

Price

$45/pax

Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre

Location

30A Yishun Central 1
Singapore 768796

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Circular Economy Game Xperience

Circular Asia

SP ArchiFab

Risk & Race is a board game about the circular economy, sustainability and the rethinking of traditional processes. Players role-play as an entrepreneur, aiming to have the most money and assets at the end of the game.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

18 October

10:00 - 1:00pm

Price

$30/pax

Circular Space

Location

30A Yishun Central 1 Singapore 768796

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SP ArchiFab: Design Prototyping

Singapore Polytechnic

SP ArchiFab

SP ArchiFab Workshop this year seeks to provide a very brief introduction for beginners on the design process of designers and how digital models are prepared for digital prototyping. Digital prototyping helps designers create complex structures to bespoke furniture that are difficult to make by analogue methods. The software, Rhinoceros 6 will be used for this workshop. Participants will be given instructions on the installation process after successful registration.
Photo by Fabrication Workshop - Planktos Vertebrata, ABE, Singapore Polytechnic

Instructors:
Dr Choo Thian Siong and
Fa’izan Shah, Lecturers | School of Architecture and Built Environment, Singapore Polytechnic

Date

3 October

3:30 - 5:30pm

Price

Free

Virtual

Location

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Upcycling Glass Bottle Design Lamp

Terra SG

SP ArchiFab

At the end of the workshop, participants will bring home an elegant bespoke bottle lamp created using these disused glass bottles, perfect as a nightlight in the bedroom. Through the hands-on process of upcycling and eco-education, participants will not only bring home a product that they created themselves, but also be inspired to rethink the possibilities of the waste that they throw away.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

10 October

1:00 - 3:00pm

Price

$60/pax

Terra SG North Hub

Location

30A Yishun Central 1
Singapore 768796

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ArchiCraft: Sketching Comic Books Settings

SUTDio

SP ArchiFab

Many critics have pointed out how unlivable comic architecture is, even for a fictional world. By localising the surroundings, is there a way to sketch a fantastical but habitable setting? This workshop aims to guide participants to sketch amazing atmospheres with simple tools: pen and watercolour. The knowledge of history and worldbuilding from our instructors, Eva Castro and Daniel Whittaker, can guide everyone to create their own unique world.

Date

11 October

1:00 - 3:30pm

Price

$20/pax

Virtual

Location

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Upcycled Banner Wallet and Name Card Case

Terra SG

SP ArchiFab

At the end of the workshop, participants will bring home 2 items, a functional wallet and a name card case, created using the PVC banner, that can hold notes and various cards.

Through the hands-on process of upcycling and eco-education, participants will not only bring home a product that they created themselves, but also be inspired to rethink the possibilities of the waste that they throw away.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

17 October

10:00 - 11:30am

Price

$35/pax

Terra SG North Hub

Location

30A Yishun Central 1 Singapore 768796

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UNSDGs Game Xperience

Circular Asia

SP ArchiFab

The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals is a card-based simulation role-playing game. Players role-play as individual entities with different personal goals. While they try to achieve that, how will the world change?

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

25 October

10:00 - 12:00pm

Price

$20/pax

Circular Space

Location

30A Yishun Central 1 Singapore 768796

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Artisan Sourdough Bread hands-on Class

ITSI Baking Studio

SP ArchiFab

Learn the skill and knowledge of making sourdough from scratch and bake a loaf of sourdough bread in class to bring home to share with your family / friends.

This event has a limited capacity with safe distancing in place.

Date

25 October

1:30 - 6:30pm

Price

$120/pax

ITSI Baking Studio

Location

333, Kreta Ayer Road, #03-23, Singapore 080333

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