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ExLab: Digital Furniture Fabrication

ExLab: Digital Furniture Fabrication is a showcase of furniture pieces designed and made by graduate students at the Melbourne School of Design.

The design brief for this year challenged students to focus on the process of making itself to drive the design of a small furniture piece. The use of digital fabrication and computational design processes are a common thread to the exhibited works, as are the use of unlikely materials, manipulated in surprising ways.

Gallery opening hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

The exhibition will also be open for the University of Melbourne’s Open Day on 20 August from 10am.


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The Dulux Gallery, Melbourne School of Design
Masson Building, The University of Melbourne,  Parkville,  Melbourne,  Vic,  3052,  Australia
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