architectural projection

Architectural Projection Pin Up

By Michael Clouse | Dec 19, 2013

Architectural Projection Pin Up

By Michael Clouse | Dec 19, 2013

Architectural Projection Pin Up

By Michael Clouse | Dec 19, 2013

Architectural Projection Pin Up

By Michael Clouse | Dec 19, 2013

Architectural Projection Pin Up

By Michael Clouse | Dec 19, 2013

Modeling form and Phenomena

By Carl Lostritto | Dec 07, 2012

In the last post on this topic it was noted that, “the Architectural Projection course continues to oscillate between media.” The same is still true two weeks later as students have adapted their methods of measure to include the translation of physical information into the space of a digital model. The most recent prompt asks continue reading…

Measuring and Mapping

By Carl Lostritto | Nov 13, 2012

The Architectural Projection course continues to oscillate between media. Students are now charged with mapping their still-life. Much has changed since the first day of class when we were drawing an assemblage of found objects. Now the subject of inquiry includes two section cuts and the marks made on those objects, which are a record continue reading…

Marking Observations; Observing Marks

By Carl Lostritto | Oct 06, 2012

Architectural Projection is a new course being taught for the first time by Christopher Bardt (who is the coordinator), Kyna Leski, Carl Lostritto, and Pari Riahi. Our charge is to introduce systems of drawing from direct experience and indirect computational operation. Seeing will be framed as an operation in and of itself and representation will be continue reading…

Fall 2014 Final Reviews

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