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  • truss

    The first section of the cantilevered truss was installed yesterday. Brought out the crowds.

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  • Milstein Rising

    The first steel sections have arrived for the OMA designed Milstein Hall. In the last few weeks we've seen (and heard) the rebar going into the ground floor before pouring the slab, back-filling the south east corner and now the recently erected steel. It's easy to forget that the steel is being...


  • When the Wall Comes Down

    With all the investment we put into representations of space, sometimes we forget that we are also makers of space - specifically the space around us. Recently, someone had the brilliant idea to project last nights Lakers/Thunder game in studio. A projector was signed out, some old plots...


  • Structures Bloody Structures

    Among the many traditions there are in the architecture program, there is one that tests your faith in architecture, life, the universe and everything; the Structures III final model. Every spring second year m.arch and third year b.arch students spend weeks meticulous making what is described as...


  • Cornell in Bloom

    After a long winter, it's easy to appreciate a breezy spring morning.


  • Relapse & Residue

    I've been neglecting this blog, until a friend inspired me to post again, so I will resume posting in some form or another as long as I can. It's spring break at Cornell now, so I'll spend some time catching up on documenting some of the stories that took place in the last couple of months as well...


  • Shigeru visits Ithaca

    inspiring, unpretentious, succinct, witty


  • Paul needs to put more work on his wall ...

    typical desk crit atmosphere


  • What's going on here?

    Walking through the arts quad earlier this week I stumbled upon this. An installation/protest? It was taken down only a day or so later.


  • Sometimes you have to pause

    You have to find your opportunities to get out of studio whenever and whenever you can. I constantly find myself frantically moving from building to building, school to home, and in between planing my next move, no time to breath. Today while (briskly) walking through the arts quad, I wondered why...


  • And here we go

    Playing a little catch up now (isn't that how it always goes?). It took a while to settle into this blog and Ithaca. I moved stateside a little over two weeks ago, the first week was unpacking and administration errands. A lot of planning and coordination goes into the first week; equivalency...


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