Aug '08 - Dec '08
i just finished scrolling through my iphoto additions over the past year.
here's two thousand and eight in a nutshell (some of these are pretty random but fortunately there is no documentation of our post-review debauchery)
measuring on campus in the snow
the site of our spring studio intervention, at audubon terrace
the equestrian statue
my classmates freeing firminy from its mold
a nighttime view of the lipstick building, from outside the pig 'n whistle
my basswood lumber yard
some images from my tour of burst house at moma (with classmates seth and bret, who spent their summer working on it)
waiting patiently (sort of) for our new building to be complete
a healthy and happy new year to all of my fellow archinect readers!
i haven't been on here much since early this semester, which is truly a shame seeing as i joined this blog primarily because ccny tends to keep too low a profile for my taste. yes, our website sucks. i think the projects on there date back to the first graduating m.arch class. and, for the record...
where i come from [aka 2nd year studio], i find it impossible to bang out a site model, bond as a studio, draw plans and sections, eat, drink or pretty much do anything without a little non-offensive, non-sucky background music playing on a pair of computer speakers. what do you think?
i really don't know why i thought it would be a good idea to start this blog. i naively believed that my 2nd year of grad school would somehow be less intense than the first, so in order to make sure that wouldn't be the case i got involved in a whole bunch of other things. Since i haven't yet had...
yesterday we had our first pin up for carl stein, principal of the firm Elemental Architecture and our critic for the semester. we were asked to present a set of instructions for a street fair display to announce the eventual construction of a new building in the area. the main goal - it should be...
i spent my first day back in shepard hall learning how to use the slide projector (one of my duties as a history/theory TA) and thinking about wheelchair accessibility. i am living at my parents' house this week, commuting to school while i care for my mom and her recently mangled ankle (my...