USC (Joanna)



  • housing studio

    housing studio Often times when someone outside the architecture realm finds out that you are studying architecture, the first thing that comes out of their mouth falls within the lines of "so... does that mean you are going to make houses someday?” At first glance, the idea of "making a...

  • architecture students turned furniture designers

    assignment: design a bench that would fit three sitting people and a recline for one here are just a few: bench by nick m, sari h, tim h bench by mintra m, dave s, wanlin y bench by jessica c, chris r, nathan h bench by malone d, jamie m, ashley f bench by ahad b, elliot a, brian l, joanna t

  • A Semester of Material

    This new semester has many of the second years at the architecture school rethink architecture in a new light. We have all put a pause to the ideals of poché(space and form), movement, sequence and the urban, conditioned to us by Andrew Liang and we are now focusing on the the micro details...

  • best architecture schools? The list is out and my school ranked #10 but I always wondered how they come up with the results. Do they look at our grades? Judge us by how many get hired after graduating? Come to our reviews and compare?...

  • first project documentation

    (see previous post for project description) part a space and form object study part b precedent study

  • The first post from a second year

    As you can tell from the lack of entries... it has been a hectic start. The studios this year are a lot better than the "dungeon" we had to work in last year. First year studio is dubbed the dungeon because it is basically one large space located in the basement. (cold, dark threshold included.)...

  • The end of the beginning

    So today marks the last day of summer break and tomorrow will be officially the first day of "second year". Andrew Liang is our coordinator this year and my instructor as well. Since this announcement, I've been wished "good luck" a couple of times and have been warned of a challenging semester...

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