Grymsdyke Farm is a research facility, fabrication workshop and living-working space for architects, artists, designers and those interested in materials and processes of making.
SuperFormLab is the School of Design’s ceramics and cross-curricular worsshop for 3D modelling, integrating and developing analogue and digitally based production.
The University of West England houses the CFPR 3D printing lab, set up in 2007 and led by David Huson and Stephen Hoskins. Currently working towards the launch of Argillasys 3D Printed Ceramics.
Alfred Ceramics boasts a 3D Prototyping Lab facility where students and visiting artists have access to CAD, CAM and reverse engineering software.
The Graduate School of Design at Harvard University conducts research in ceramics for use in architecture. It focuses on challenges of sustainability and waste reduction and the need for product diversity and customization in the industry.
The European Ceramic Work Centre is an international workplace where artists, designers and architects explore the technical and artistic possibilities of ceramics. The .ekwc operates as an artist-in-residence centre and as a centre of excellence. Its aim is to promote the development of ceramic art, design and architecture.
This postgraduate certificate is an interdisciplinary offering between Material Art & Design and Industrial Design. Using ceramics and industrial design practices and methods, the student will explore the possibilities of ceramic production, including development, prototyping in 3D drawing and rapid prototype printing for clay.
Master of Arts Ceramic Program at the University College of Falmouth Uk offers a degree that is focused on the traditions of an internationally significant pottery as well as exploring digital technologies and the latest contemporary techniques
The Ceramics department at Emily Carr utilises both traditional and advanced (digital rendering, rapid prototyping, digital decal printing) ceramic techniques and applications.
The center utilises many advancing technologies (including rapid prototyping and ceramics) and works in collaboration with other industry manufacturers.