We shape the next generation of design and architecture talents.
The Design by Data Mastère Spécialisé® - Advanced Master provides attendees with a cross-disciplinary culture of computational design and a comprehensive knowledge of cutting-edge technologies in the fields of parametric architecture, robotics, digital manufacturing and 3D printing for the construction industry. The program is designed for a selected group of architects, engineers, designers and digital artists and offers a variety of courses, fabrication and prototyping workshops, conferences, digital talks and networking events.
The course is coordinated by the prestigious École des Ponts Paris Tech and takes place in a number of locations in Paris including innovation hubs, coworking spaces, art galleries and fablabs.
École des Ponts Paris Tech
École des Ponts ParisTech - created in 1747 under the name École Royale des Ponts et Chaussées -is one of the most prestigious engineering institutions in Europe. The establishment trains engineers to a high level of scientific, technical and general competency with a persistent and strong desire to innovate in the future of building and design.
The Navier Laboratory is a mixed research unit of École des Ponts ParisTech, IFSTTAR and the CNRS who brings together more than 170 people. Within the lab, the team “Architectured Materials and Structures” tackles research in structural engineering and materials mechanics with a special focus on lightweight structures and complex geometries and it strongly supports the Design by Data program.
Fablabs, coworking and maker-spaces
The school partnered up with some of the most active and vibrant coworking spaces and fablabs in Paris to offer students the best collaborative learning experience. The program offers acces to coworking spaces and digital fabrication tools within the official international network of fablabs.
A multidisciplinary academic staff created at a human scale to best fit the student needs.
“We wanted to build a unique experience to explore the blurring boundaries between art, architecture and engineering””Francesco Cingolani – Director
FROM THE BLOG
A program to acquire professional skills
Hugh Dutton speaks about the integrated design practice he runs in Paris, building internationally at the intersection of engineering, architecture and design. Learn more how a small design team can use the Design by Data approach to make amazing projects come true.