Below is an outline of the schedule and deliverables for studio, for the remainder of the semester:
Sunday, November 25 – Project Statements Due, Final Digital Models Completed (no additional changes)
Monday, November 26 – Studio: Discuss Project Statements, Discuss Rendering Views, Discuss Drawings
Wednesday, November 28 – Half-Scale (2:12″x24″) Final Presentation Board mock-up (hard copy printed from Illustrator), Review Renderings and Drawings
Friday, November 30 – Review Renderings and Drawings
Monday, December 03 – Full-Scale (2:24″x48″) Final Presentation Boards (hard copy printed from Illustrator)
Wednesday, December 05 – Final Presentation Boards Due
Thursday, December 06 – Final Reviews, Commons, Boards must be pinned up by 10:00am, Final Reviews will be held from 11:00am-4:00pm
All, The Design Development Review will take place on the first floor of Atkinson, Room 145 between 12:30-4:30pm, Wednesday, November 14. I will have a smart board set up in the room at noon. Please place your presentation files in the dropbox and be prepared to present your project at the beginning of studio. The studio critics and schedule for tomorrow are as follows:
Session 01: 12:30-2:30
Alice Guess and Greg Watson
Session 02: 2:30-4:15
Randy Damico and John Lackett
We will be having a Schematic Design Review on Wednesday, October 10, 2012. The intent of this review is to provide you with feedback and suggestions regarding your project concept and your diagrammatic process up to this point in the semester. You will be asked to present your project and explain how it has developed based upon your site research (mapping), natural systems research (diagrams), and the intital schematic design of your system (3D print and screenshots). The reviews will be held during regular studio hours, from 12:30-4:30pm.
As you all know, we will be meeting with Professor Sattler at the begining of studio tomorrow, Friday, September 7. She has passed along this article for us to read as a starting point for our discussion on ecology and architecture. Please read this brief article before our meeting.
William McDonough – Building Like Trees, Cities Like Forests
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