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Working with Cove.tool

Wed, Mar 23    1pm

Cove.tool enables beautiful analysis graphics for energy, daylight, carbon, and HVAC. This event offers students an opportunity to learn and create energy, daylight, carbon, and HVAC assessments. Students are recommended to join this workshop from their studio computer, with access to a 3D model.

This event is being presented virtually, please enter via this Zoom link. Participants must register here for Cove.tool in advance of the workshop. Registration requires an .edu email address and student ID.

TechSHOPS is an interactive lecture series hosted by the Building Science and Technology at GSAPP that will provide hands-on opportunities for students to engage with building technology from a variety of perspectives and scales. Each lecture will conclude in a collaborative workshop.

Open to currently enrolled GSAPP students. Organized as part of the TechSHOPS, an initiative launched by the Building Science and Technology Sequence of the Master in Architecture Program at Columbia GSAPP.