This is our volume block. Essentially, it’s a version of what I tried to draw on sketch up. With some changes obviously. I glued it later (so there’s no tape now) and took pictures at different angles. I’ll upload those later.
I am not certain how it suddenly became the middle of September…. oh boy. At the end of August my students presented their final projects during Final Friday at a gallery space in Over-the-Rhine. They were asked to design a museum that captures the rich history of OTR. Each student had their own unique approach to organizing the historical information and presenting it in a captivating 3-dimensional experience. I was incredibly pleased with the work– it showed a great passion and compassion for the neighborhood. These photographs, taken by Cameron Dunn, beautifully capture the day.
This was my final for the plane block. Basically, we just had to make a cube out of planes that had at least 3 interior planes and the outside was only 60% covered or less. As you can see, there’s a new backdrop because someone took the black foamcore board out of the materials library.
A re-upload of the plane block. Pictures taken in the photo lab this time by a *real camera*. I know right? My mom gave me this camera and told me I could have it for the rest of the quarter, but then give it back to her so she could give it to me for Christmas. But the point is I have it now! :D
Description for the plane block assignment is somewhere below. I decided I’m not going to delete my old posts after all.
I just got the new issue of the Planning magazine and saw that there was an article on tent cities. Low and behold the article was by my friend and guy I graduated with from DAAP, Andy Heben! His thesis was really impressive so I’m stoked to see him get national recognition for his work. Congrats Andy!