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Getting Jiggy With It

Well folks it crunch time and we are pumping out cut pieces as fast as we can paint them, and it looks like we will have all our pre cut pre drilled members ready to go for our trip up on friday morning (looks like we will all be construction workers for Halloween). The group … Continue reading

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Measured, Cut, Primer, Let’s paint

At this phase, studio in Charleston have already finished most main structure components cutting and their primer paint process. The remaining parts are ramp and stair frame. Everyone anticipated into at least one step of measure-cut-primer work flow. Everyone developed a set of their “paint clothes”. Thinking about this Friday we will go to our site … Continue reading

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Construction Begins!

Rendering of Proposed CropSTOP Porch with Kitchen and Utility Modules Behind This post is coming to you remotely from onsite in Greenville. This weekend marks the start of our construction for the porch of the CropSTOP 2.0. This weekend we started with a blank canvas that is our site, and began to add to the … Continue reading

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Edges, Dimensions, and Spacing OH MY!

Well, we’ve gone and done it again, the studio has split in two.  The simultaneous development between the Crop Stop and the Decathlon cabinetry is crucial at this stage, since we are working up to our porch build in Greenville next week, and the Cabinet mock up in  the weeks that follow that. The cabinetry design … Continue reading

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F.C.D.I.

There is that one house down the street.  You know – the one that you drive by every morning, and think “what the heck happened there?” or “What were they thinking?!” The truth is, we all have opinions on what is good design, or bad design.  Even if you’re not a designer, you observe things every … Continue reading

I Don’t Believe We’ve Met

After all these weeks it seems as though the site needs a proper introduction. Located just outside the downtown core of Greeneville, SC, the site is situated in a dense urban environment. Bolt St. and Trotter St frame boundaries of the site. In the map bellow you can explore the area a bit and get … Continue reading

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What the Other Half Did

This past weekend was apparently prime travel time for a good chunk of the CACC. Both Studio U and Studio V professors were off conferencing in Nova Scotia. Two members of Studio V attended two different weddings. (Oh Fall, when love and allergies are in the air!) And three members of the studio, myself included, headed … Continue reading

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What the Deck!?

Good afternoon and happy Solid Orange Friday friends of Studio V! As we finish sewing up the last details of the ole Crop Stop mock-up, myself and the rest of the skeleton crew steering this operation out here on the front have found ourselves smack in the middle of a great lesson to be gleaned … Continue reading

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Home Alone!

The cats are away, as the proverb goes… Tigers in this case.

Bug Spray And Weeds

This weekend, Studio V began its first construction mock and building assembly to figure out design details and construction methods. We needed to test out all the kinks in the design and practice putting materials together in order to improve efficiency before we go to Greenville and build our final structure. For our mock assembly, … Continue reading

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