The theme of studio, GAP (good agriculture practice) is very interesting. It is not only an architecture project, but also an agriculture research. It will be a part of inter-discipline subject. However, we have few experience of this area. Today, we met with our studio partner Prof. Harry Crissy who works with Clemson University’s Institute for Economic and Community Development. During the meeting, we basic understood the background of GAP and some advantages and challenges of the sustainable system. Some features of GAP will become the key points of our project such as movable,  economic, cleaning easily and environment friendly. And then, I think we will have a lot of topics to lean in the first weekend of Charleston.

One Response to “Interview”
  1. yaqionz says:

    Architects really should pretend to be an encyclopedia. This world is crazy and I am so excited.

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