It's the weekend before our first review of the second semester here at YSOA and rather than meeting the impending 12am Sunday deadline for models, a few of us have decided to share documents of life inside Paul Rudolph Hall. Over the course of the next three years our entire class (2014) will participate in this blog, taking turns updating weekly and providing an internal climate report for those on the outside.
The images below are of our first Visualization III project review for the semester. Working in pairs we selected a medium-sized object that we then digitally fabricated as both an egg-crate model and a continuous surface model. Visualization III takes place in the second semester and focuses on fabrication methods.
Following the Viz photos are moments throughout studio as we all feverishly construct our 1/2" models. Review is split over two days next week, Monday and Thursday, and the models will be gathered Sunday night at 12am as part of the "pencils down" policy.
This blog will document the next three years of the Yale School of Architecture Class of 2014, through images, texts, video and various media. It will maintained by all 55 students and reflect the collective effort over the next three years.