Archinect! Too much has happened since j last saw you guys. Here are some screenshots of my model of the Jewish Museum for our representation class. I just wanted to abstract the skin and light properties of the building. I tried to exaggerate these qualities by white etching on black acrylic and red/hot pink base/roofs, with opaque windows. I don't know how to use a lot of photoshop so most of these are just cropped images.
Model with about six iPhones inside lighting it up! (Thank you Jesse, Brendan, Benjamin, Racheta, etc.)
Lava lamp building
At night with the moon in the background!
Breakdown count increased from four to eight since the last time I updated. I am having a difficult time at the school, but trying to keep a positive attitude throughout the experience. It's just not coming easy to me and that's fine. I'm going to stick to a couple photos and...
I had no idea what I was getting into here. I have already had like four emotional breakdowns as I get software after idea after criticism after recitation after class thrown on my plate. Sick second year model (Rafi Segal Studio) Except for Friday morning, where I purposely slept in (not...
Hey there Archinect, It has been a pretty jam-packed few days here at the GSAPP for me, as I tried to secure a good gig and do bureaucratic stuff. Recently, we were introduced to the options students are "globally" pummeled with in an "informal," "rigorous" and "critical" way. GSAPP's four...
Avery Hall, the gorgeous building that houses Columbia's architecture department. I am just about to begin my first year at Columbia pursuing my Master of Architecture. I actually came from a biochemistry background and have less preparation in architecture than others. From the bench-top science...
A blog that attempts to record the overload of people, perspectives and projects that run through the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University. 3 years of M.Arch studies from 2013-2016. Lectures. Tours. Crits, reviews, juries. Studio transgressions. Contentious viewpoints. Facts and fiction, with a side of parti(e)s.