Digital design has been an integral part of architectural design for close to twenty years. Initially, Computer Aided Design promised efficiencies beyond that offered by traditional manual drawing techniques. With an exponential increase in computational power in recent years, the field of computational design has evolved beyond a mere quest for efficiency and branched into multiple philosophies within design. One such philosophy involves the inseparable marriage between design and materiality. Within this vein, material studies and fabrication processes are not seen as a traditional end-result of abstract design. Rather, the awareness of material performance and the feedback offered through design-by-making empowers designers to push architectural pedagogies further and further.