Architecture emerges out of the assembly of many different parts that finally form a building. In our studio we will explore this part-to-whole relationship. Computational Design and Digital Fabrication allow for novel forms of modularity: Parametric instead of serial, combinatorial complex instead of repetitive, multi-material instead of homogenous and isotropic. This term we will explore novel modular and computational design methods for the spatial and constructional design of an infrastructural project. Participants will acquire skills in the field of Digital Fabrication and Computational Design (Rhino/Grasshopper) and their use in an architectural design context. No previous knowledge is required.