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    RETRO POST #09: Hernan's Spring 2004 Studio "Terminals" (Columbia)

    Steve Fuchs
    Jul 20, '04 11:30 PM EST
    RETRO POST #09: Hernan's Spring 2004 Studio "Terminals" (Columbia)
    From my personal blog (before Archinect)
    Authored on 2004-07-20 @ 08:30:20 PM

    I started an interesting thread on Archinect.com's Discussion Board inquiring about one of Hernan's Spring 2004 Studios.

    Here's a link to the most amazing studio of Spring 2004
    Terminals: Hernan Diaz-Alonzo's Spring 2004 Studio (Columbia)

    I'm poking a bit of fun to get the discussion going. I KNOW some of you detest this stuff. Who likes? Who dislikes?

    To my knowledge, Hernan is one of the figureheads of SCI-Arc's M.Arch 2 program which I will be attending over the next 2.5 years. Personally, I like "blobs gone wild"; it may just put me into the Super CAD Monkey category ;)

    Side note: What process is undertaken in Maya to make these forms?

    Again, here's a link to the discussion about the above topic.


     
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