Head on new beginnings

As you might already know, last week was fun, and a little sad for football fans like me. The Tigers didn't bring home another National Championship and well, I know we will get them next year. Keeping on the fun part......We visited most of the projects that were built in the past 3 - 5years [...]

Wasabi Arugula

As the title alludes, yes, the week has culminated to a spicy and delicately crisp ending. The Architecture and Community Build studio has been working hard this week on cleaning and repairs to projects of semesters past. It has been a wonderful experience to immerse ourselves in the design-build scene and study our student predecessors' [...]

The END (ish)

The final blog post of the semester falls into the hands of the "princess" of Studio V. As much as I love the spotlight, this blog post shines a little light on those who kindly responded to my email during finals week. Even though we are still throwing together the final touches to our Enston [...]

FINALS WEEK !!!

This week has been a hectic one... but definitely one for the books for Studio V!  Keep scrolling to see our three highlights over the past couple days! First and foremost... a very special thank you to The Green Heart Project and The Charleston Housing Authority, for this grand opportunity!  Don Cameron, of The Charleston [...]

David Pastre

The trusses are up and we are HAPPPPPPYYYY! A few issues need to be fixed but we are 90% done and the review went well In my previous post I described the 12 little builders, so now it's time to talk to you all about the man in charge of teaching the 12 little builders. [...]

Assemble That Trust

This was a great and successful day because we were able to assemble four out of the five trusses. We came up with a very effective way to assemble the trusses and this process helped us be more efficient . The great teamwork that everybody brought was definitely a great bonus. It was a great [...]

Morning Update

As we continue to charge forward this week, we are having team members basically working around the clock. There's a morning crew, a night crew, and the understanding that whenever you have free time, you should be in the shop working on the current task or tasks. I say "tasks" because we have about three [...]