You know you’re in Design/Build when…

…spending time on the bubble diagrams actually matters. Well, the bubble diagrams matter to some degree in the traditional studio project, but the fact that our work right now will dictate someone’s experience is in some ways mind-boggling. Knowing that we have to make sure that the various end user groups are comfortable and able … Continue reading

What’s The Story Morning Glory?

With my first post I’m not particularly interested in rehashing today’s events with you, or even my list of ideas, though that will eventually come with time. Right now I want to discuss the meaning of this project, what good will come from it, and who it affects, after all that’s why five students have … Continue reading

Studio V – Fall 2013

Small buildings have always had a particular appeal.  Micro-works of architecture inspire an enduring charm that exceeds their function, even if that function is to just be a pleasing decoration in the landscape. There are a variety of reasons for our infatuation with these little forms, but mainly, the miniaturization of architecture reduces it to … Continue reading

A Field of Possibilities

So it begins! It’s rather hard to believe that in just a few months, this vacant lot will be transformed into a vibrant, learning and growing space for all . This semester’s Studio V is proud and excited to be a part of a project that has the potential of cultivating, invigorating and teaching the … Continue reading