Stereotomy: Double Curved Designs with Patrick Moore June 24-28, 2019

$855.00

$825 tuition, $30 material fee
Key Points:
*What is Stereotomy- Art du Trait
*Basics of drafting
*How to develop a set of stereotomical drawings; plan view, elevation view, net view
*How to use the drawings to layout our design
*How to draw and layout curved pieces
*How to cut three dimensionally curved pieces using hand tools and power tools

Description

In this course students will work together to build a complex, yet manageable, timber frame awning design for over a doorway or window. The design consists of three dimensionally curved pieces, known in carpentry as double-curvature work. Students will create brackets with curved braces to support the awning. Figuring how to cut real lengths, angles and curves of each piece will involve the same process of drawing out the project on paper which is taught in the May 13-17 Stereotomy: Building The Moore Trestle workshop. Students will learn to use the visuospatial part of their brain; the group of cognitive functions which analyzes and understands space to solve these complexities. Students will use mental imagery and navigation to process and rotate 2D and 3D objects in their mind. The visuospatial construction process enables craftsmen to reproduce drawings or use components to construct objects and shapes. Visuospatial functions represent the brain’s highest level of visual processing. The use of stereotomy – Art du Trait, transforms the work as well as the worker. With support and supervision from Patrick, students will think, reflect, and learn to envision differently. Stereotomy – Art du Trait makes anyone who has mastered it, a visionary in spatial depth. It is the alchemy of solids. A prerequisite of the course is to have knowledge, understanding, and use of hand tools (i.e. chisels, hand saws, layout tools).

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Workshop Available

Pay a deposit of $300.00 per item

There is an annual, nonrefundable registration fee of $45.

This registration fee is not a part of the class fee and is not deducted from the final balance due. This is the financial binding that locks you into the class and starts the registration process. This fee does not apply to students who only take one single day workshop.