Bet you thought I decided to quit, right? No. Tomorrow is the last day of High Performance Building Envelopes. We have to present our projects at Kling. Here are some pictures of mine. The project was to design a skin for the new FDA building. The wall has a southern exposure and is 500 feet long. My concept uses a bent, structural curtain wall clad in stone to shade the lower levels which are glass. The third floor is a library and gets the glowing through the stone, the middle is office space and has a more diffuse light, while the lowest level is a lobby and recieves bright light.
Our studio mid review was pushed back until the Wednesday after spring break. So that means working over spring break. I didn't really have plans anyway, other than to just kind of mill around, hang out with non-school friends, maybe go to my parents' house for a few days.
I have my first photo crit tomorrow. That should be interesting. I'll write about it if anything cool happens.
Rollins was on fire on Saturday. He went for 2 hours, 45 minutes talking about everything from Wal-Mart, to Ted Nugent to the Trans-Siberian Express and vomit. It was a laugh riot.