Monday to Friday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The ManuLab is situated directly across from
the studying areas in the Tree-House.
Head: Dipl.-Ing. Jochen Dahlhausen
Phone: +49 (0241) 80-95002
Contact for student affairs:
Stationary machines: (eqivalent to carpenter's work shop basic equipment) CNC-shaper, format circular saw, band saw, dresser, thicknesser, table shaper, disk sander, pillar drilling machine etc. small and hand operated machines: (various supplies especially for general model making) e.g. scroll saw, jig saw, drilling machine (drill), fraise, grinder, etc.
Offer for students:
Within general training of architects and urban planners, the wood workshop conveys the basic artisan techniques for the construction of spatial objects for the development, control and presentation of architectural design concepts. Students receive general specialist information on wood-working and plastic processing as well as special advice for work and scale model planning. After a tutorial enabling them to execute artisan work on their own, they have the opportunity to practice and deepen these skills. Experimental approaches to the development of innovative constructions and processing techniques are also supported.