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Tensegrity Art Sculptures Club


Tensional integrity, is a structural principle based on the use of isolated components in compression inside a net of continuous tension, in such a way that the compressed members (bars or struts) do not touch each other and the prestressed tensioned members (cables) delineate the system spatially to create the impression that the bars ‘fly’.

Sessions to run 1-2pm on Tuesdays, with workshop space available at the Dyson Centre.

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“A modern workspace where engineering students can come together outside of the classroom to think, experiment, design, build and exchange ideas.”

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The Engineering Department are delighted to announce a major refurbishment project taking place in the Summer of 2015. 

£2M donation from the James Dyson Foundation, a £2.65M investment from the Higher Education Funding Council for England and £0.6M from the University of Cambridge will allow us to transform the workshop and library facilities for hands-on learning, access to information, and the encouragement of creativity and innovation.