i.M.A.D.E supported an immersive studio conducted by faculty fellow George Elvin. The studio, consisting of architecture students, designed and built a prototype exterior shell for storm-resistant mobile homes. Cast from concrete using tubing and digitally-fabricated connections, the SuperShell prototype has applications in areas affected by hurricanes and other forms of sever weather. i.M.A.D.E supported the studio with funding, workshops, student assitants, and time with the dFAB Facility’s equipment.



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