Pilcrow (¶) is an independent publication emanated from Woodbury School of Architecture in 2012. While Pilcrow is not an official school publication, it is a benefactor of Woodbury School of Architecture’s generous support. Pilcrow serves as a platform for activating a larger discussion among architecture students, architects, educators, critics and other design professionals. We strive to create a more transparent threshold among designers by stimulating unconventional discourses in a comfortable and non-formal environment.
Current issues :
001 // Transition // Celena Lim + Lee Santos, Kemi Esho, John Epperly
002 // Adaptability // Andre Gharakhanian, Jesse Cabildo, Charlie Ghiotto
003 // Layer // Lisa Little, Emily White, Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter
I had the pleasure to take the A.I.R. Studio (Civic Conduits + Contested Terrain) co-taught by Jennifer Bonner + John Southern this semester. It was probably one of the best studios I have taken while I am here at Woodbury University. The studio took place in Owens Lake...
The Threshold:Hive was the final project of the Spaces within Spaces M.Arch 1 Design Studio led by Linda Taalman and Rebecca Rudolph, and Visualization: Techniques in Marking Seminar led by Kelly Bair. The final design assignment of the semester took the form of a collaborative student...