10.30.2009


In the continuation of cleaning out the "guest" room, no it's still not done, I have had to make some hard decisions about tossing some of my school projects. Only a few things made the keep cut. This is one of my favorite things I made in school. It's kind of a conceptual, almost 3d diagram attempting to communicate the function of the thesis project I designed. [That would be the uh, integrated holistic nature of social, architectural, and natural systems...]


The background grid is the site of the project [rotated to be axonometric], under a very thick layer of acrylic. Like, 1/2 an inch. Sucker is heavy. The top is various layers cut into museum board. [Medium of my choice.] The detail on the right is one of my favorites, showing the importance of a community space. See the heart? That is for community.

13 comments:

  1. Don't you dare throw that away! It's bitchin.

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  2. I can't believe you do all that cutting without a laser cutter!

    D spent last weekend picking out his favorite models and hanging them on our bedroom wall. Now we're down to 3 sitting around the house.

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  3. this is so boss. my cutting implements make "we're not worthy" gestures at yours.

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  4. Beautiful. Your architecture projects are more hang-worthy that my fine art projects were. Dang!

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  5. hey, if nothing else, this is what a 5 yr degree in architecture will get you. small price, right? :)

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  6. Well bugger me, that's amazing.

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  7. *gurgle* this is gorgeous.

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  8. *gurgle* this is gorgeous.

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  9. Efffffffffff. I lub the heart. I LUB THE HEART. Will you make me something with a heart?

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  10. That is incredibly cool.

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  11. you guys are so sweet.

    amanda- YES!

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