In July 2019, Fablab Cuenca hosted in resident, Fernando Daguanno.
Alquimétricos is a collection of open source didactic toys: building blocks to mount structures and learn-while-playing about geometry, maths, architecture, mechanics, physics, chemistry, and much more.
The initiative is focused on the design of DIY educational materials which are meant to be produced using a wide range of procedures, from ultra-low-cost-low-tech tool set (scissors and nails) to high-end-FabLab-standards (laser cutter, CNC milling, 3D printing), using an equally wide ranged material sort, including recycled packaging plastics, rubbers, cloths and cardboard composites throughout textile-embedded polymers, organic fibers or even lab-harvested fungus.
Alquimétricos are meant to play, learn and share.
Fablab Cuenca had the great opportunity to host Fernando Daguanno (Maker from Brazil) to perform the following activities in Cuenca (Spain):
- August 1st 2019 : MAKER WORKSHOP
- August 2nd 2019 : WORKSHOP for FAMILIES
- August 3rd : COLLABORATIVE CONSTRUCTION
During these days, many makers and curious people approached Fablab Cuenca to lift the giant dome of Alquimétricos
5 meters tall and 7 meters in diameter!!
Congratulations on the good work 👍