For industrial day we had a great workshop idea to bring to the table, making functional models and shapes out of air-dry hardening clay to functionally use around the office. It doesn’t stop there; this was the first phase of a 4-part series. The second part is learning how to use silicone to create a mould, then part 3 we pour concrete and create what will be the final product. The final phase is painting and decorating our final products. Through this series of workshops, led by Baraa Elsayed we have learned how to use 3 different material and we get to keep the negative moulds to produce as many models as we want! Stay tuned to see the final products.

Credit: Baraa Elsayed, jmarchitects Manchester

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