Posts Tagged: Hacking / Maker Event

Open design furniture workshop

Brunel University will be running a furniture making workshop on the 9th and 10th of November from 10am to 1pm in MakLab, the open fabrication studio based in The Lighthouse in the centre of Glasgow. It is free to take

Open design furniture workshop

Brunel University will be running a furniture making workshop on the 9th and 10th of November from 10am to 1pm in MakLab, the open fabrication studio based in The Lighthouse in the centre of Glasgow. It is free to take

Brighton Mini Maker Faire

This is the second Brighton Mini Maker Faire. Over 5,000 people piled into the Dome for the first Brighton Mini Maker Faire on September 3rd 2011, to witness the mind-boggling home-made creations of the best inventors, crafters, hackers and DIY-ers from

Brighton Mini Maker Faire

This is the second Brighton Mini Maker Faire. Over 5,000 people piled into the Dome for the first Brighton Mini Maker Faire on September 3rd 2011, to witness the mind-boggling home-made creations of the best inventors, crafters, hackers and DIY-ers from

HACKEDMILAN

The live hacking and making lab was installed in the basement of the Rinascente department store which overlooks the Doumo in the heart of Milan, for the duration of the Milan Design Week. “Hacked Lab was an experimental programme of live

HACKEDMILAN

The live hacking and making lab was installed in the basement of the Rinascente department store which overlooks the Doumo in the heart of Milan, for the duration of the Milan Design Week. “Hacked Lab was an experimental programme of live

PRINTING FOOD

FOOD PRINTING @ DOMUS – The Future in the Making – Palacio Clerici, Milan Design Week GGlab + Deniz Manisali “Traditional gastronomy operates by establishing a tension between natural and artificial, between single ingredients and their transformation into a gastronomic experience both in terms of aesthetics and

PRINTING FOOD

FOOD PRINTING @ DOMUS – The Future in the Making – Palacio Clerici, Milan Design Week GGlab + Deniz Manisali “Traditional gastronomy operates by establishing a tension between natural and artificial, between single ingredients and their transformation into a gastronomic experience both in terms of aesthetics and