STUDIO ONE: ARCHITECTURE IN THE AGE OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Studio One is a one-year post-professional program for students with an accredited Bachelor of Architecture degree and who wish to continue to explore current design issues in a stimulating, rigorous, and experimental studio setting. A two-semester studio course makes up the core of the program intended for those interested in exploring innovative and experimental design issues through a research-oriented and multidisciplinary approach. It is supplemented by seminars, lectures, and workshops in architectural design, fabrication and representation with the opportunity to take electives in the College of Environmental Design.
ABOUT RONALD RAEL
UC Berkeley architecture professor Ronald Rael will direct Studio One with a focus on large-scale and assembly based additive manufacturing in contemporary and future architectural practice that focus on ceramic based materials. The course will be offered in the 2019-2020 academic year through UC Berkeley's College of Environmental Design. Students who complete the program will receive a post-professional Master of Architecture degree. For more information on the research of professor Rael, visit: https://ced.berkeley.edu/ced/faculty-staff/ronald-rael
HOW TO ENROLL
Applications for this 2019-2010 course are now being accepted. Interested students should apply online at grad.berkeley.edu/admissions/apply, specifying the one-year Masters of Architecture option in the College of Environmental Design.