New British Inventors: Inside Heatherwick Studio Maker’s Masterclass Public ProgramWorkshop

New British Inventors: Inside Heatherwick Studio Maker’s Masterclass

 

Do you want to learn more about how Heatherwick Studio make projects happen? To coincide with the Inside Heatherwick Studio exhibition at Taipei Fine Arts Museum, come take part in this one-off masterclass to discover more about the studio’s approach to design and the role of invention, making and materials to realising a range of projects. Led by Darragh Casey, Maker at Heatherwick Studio, this masterclass will include a short presentation, discussion and visit to the exhibition.

 

Masterclass with Darragh Casey, Maker at Heatherwick Studio
TFAM Library
10:30-12:00, Sunday 6 March 2016

 

* Masterclass is in English; consecutive translation in Chinese is available.

* Application via TFAM website is required from Feb. 25, 2016.

 

 

Darragh Casey is a maker at Heatherwick Studio, working on a team to produce material tests, mock-ups, prototypes and models. Darragh joined with a background in furniture design and model making, and has worked on projects ranging from the Google campus in California to a cancer care centre in Leeds. In the exhibition, he helped with models of the UK Pavilion in Shanghai and B of the Bang. Darragh has shown work at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and his book Shelving the Body was published by Soapbox Press in 2014.