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Knowlton School of Architecture (2005-2009) (Evan)

  • quick updates

    Evan Chakroff
    Oct 9, '08 2:55 PM EST

    Some brief updates - -Kipnis is teaching Introduction to Architecture, and theyre recording it. It will be available on iTunes sometime in the near future. -The studio has signed up to officially enter the competition were taking on this quarter. Details at http://www.darbayrut.org/intro.html... View full entry



  • The Calm Before

    Evan Chakroff
    Sep 26, '08 2:45 PM EST

    So, this first week of class is just wrapping up, a few hours to go until the welcome back bbq, and ive got a better idea of what this quarter will entail.... My schedule is fairly open - our studio instructors are visiting professors Dan Wood and Amale Andraos of WORKac, who will be here for... View full entry



  • AU08 Lecture Series

    Evan Chakroff
    Sep 21, '08 1:51 PM EST

    Counting down... Classes start next Wednesday. Ive been pretty busy these last few weeks - a trip to Venice for the Biennale preview, prepping for a team meeting with Jacques and Pierre, followed immediately by the annual HdM staff party.... and now after a day of recovery Im packing up my tiny... View full entry



  • Jose Oubrerie's Miller House

    Evan Chakroff
    Aug 26, '08 6:06 PM EST

    (image from flickr/mlindqvist) During the second half of Summer Quarter, 2007, I had the opportunity to work with Jeff Kipnis and Jose Oubrerie on a documentation project. My task was to sort through piles of old sketches, an endless succession of rolled construction documents, several of Joses... View full entry



  • preambler

    Evan Chakroff
    Aug 26, '08 4:09 PM EST

    Autumn Quarter Classes begin on September 24th, 2008. Ill post a proper introduction shortly thereafter (Once I know whose studio Im in...). In the meantime, heres a sampling of what Ive been doing for the past 16 months since I was last in class.... Part I: June-July, 2007. A few days in New... View full entry



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