Q&A with a few classmates

To which construction component do you feel that you made the most significant contribution? What was your involvement? Megan: My most significant contribution in construction was to the clutter in the gutter, and the organization of that clutter (Sink, storage, seating). Nicole: I believe I have made the most contribution to the steel components such [...]

Installation of the roof

Having worked primarily in the team that was responsible for installation of the roofing components, I feel like I have more insight about the construction process for this component than I do for any others so I'll begin by speaking about it. The process of installing each part of the roof was a laborious task. [...]

Touching up and looking back

Well, we’ve come a long way in the past 4 months. From twelve individual designs to one complete structure that hopefully everyone in this group can now look back and feel a sense of pride and ownership. I am personally very happy with what we were able to accomplish on site in less than a [...]

Crunch time

Today is the final day to prepare for our small group presentations that are taking place tomorrow. Everyone is sure to be be busy tonight as each group is responsible for not only a digital presentation, but also for providing a physical model as well. It has been a quick turnaround from the last review [...]

One week

  We're now one week removed from the research + analysis review, a one week away from individual design reviews with the Charleston Parks Conservancy. On Wednesday, we all met with Pastre for desk crits to review our schemes so far. Amongst our group, we have a healthy distribution of diagrammatic layouts. It's interesting to [...]

Project 2 Proposals

With the kiosk completed, we have now focused our efforts into the design of our second project, the movie screen to be built in Cannon Park. We have already held one short design charrette, during which many great ideas were presented. Since then, we have divided up into three groups and have tried to narrow [...]