Below are a few images from the review yesterday. More images and time-lapse sequence to follow. Great work yesterday, and for the past 5 weeks!!!IMAGE 01 IMAGE 02 IMAGE 03 IMAGE 04 IMAGE 05 IMAGE 06 IMAGE 07 IMAGE 09 IMAGE 10 IMAGE 11 IMAGE 12 IMAGE 13 IMAGE 14 IMAGE 15 IMAGE 16



As mentioned in class yesterday, the venue for the ARCH 352|ARCH 452 review has been relocated from the Train Depot.  Instead, the review will be held at the WARD HOTEL BALLROOM, the tall building across from the Wells Fargo building.  The address is included below.  Please arrive at 2:00 pm with your models, drawings, and catalogs. If you have any questions, please contact Tad, Jessica, or Federico. The image below shows each student’s location within the exhibit.

ARCH 352-452_Exhibit Layout




The exhibit prep. went very well today, good job! We will continue to work on Laser Cutting tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday. If you signed up for tomorrow, please consult with the students supervising the wood-shop (especially Jacob Kruse) and find a time to come into the shop to continue to cut and bundle model stands.

In addition to laser-cutting, there will be more measuring and cutting down of cardboard sheets. Below is a white board image with your assigned roles.

white board




ARCH 352-452
Carefully consider the following approaches as you construct your seven (7) new model iterations @ 1/32″=1′-0″ for Friday. We will discuss the criteria outlined below in studio on Friday.
When confronted with an urbanistic program, an architect may either:
a. Design a masterly construction, an inspired architectural gesture (a composition)
b. Take what exists, fill in the gaps, complete the text, scribble in the margins (a complement)
c. Deconstruct what exists by critically analyzing the historical layers that preceded it, even adding other layers derived from elsewhere-from other cities, other parks  (a palimpsest)
d. Search for an intermediary-an abstract system to mediate between the site (as well as all given constraints) and some other concept, beyond city or program (a mediation)