Here in Paul Rudolph Hall the 2014 class is not only buried under the recent snow but the increasingly nearing deadline for this semester's first review's models. Our current studio project investigates the cohabitation of a limited volume (16'x16'x14') by two people, including a set of constraints that are crafting quite unusual proposals. The first studio project leads into a multi-family dwelling, all in preparation for us to enter the Vlock Building Project after Spring Recess. More information will come on Vlock as we learn its parameters.
Below are a few images from around the 6th floor as we first years prepare for our midnight deadline.
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.