Architectural Modelling Workshop
The architectural modelling workshop offers a variety of hand tools, woodworking machines and laser cutters amongst other equipment to enable students to produce design models.
This workshop allows students to produce all types of architectural models including concepts, construction details, topographical models and individual building designs. Architectural modelling is viewed as vital to aid students with the visualisation of their designs and ensuring the validity of their design and the technical aspects of construction.
It is located adjacent to the architectural studios and well stocked with tools and equipment that are constantly being reviewed and added to.
- 2no. A1 laser cutters; Vacuum former Table saw / planer-thicknesser
- Vertical belt sander
- Pillar drill
- Heavy duty work benches
- Toolboxes with hand tools
- Electric hand drills
- Orbital sanders
- Feins multimaster tools
- Hot glue guns
- Jig saws
- Portable workbenches
- Hot wire foam cutter
- Perspex line bender
- Spray booth
9.00am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
Where possible and with prior arrangement, staff will work flexibly during the working day to accommodate specific support requirements which do not fit into the specified timetable.
The Architectural Modelling Workshop can be found in 126 of the Harris BuildingGeneral Enquiry