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Summer Scholar Final Presentation 2013
Transcript of Summer Scholar Final Presentation 2013
HEWV | June 1 - August 9
University of Cincinatti
University of Pennsylvania
University of Illinois
sketching + graphics month
This summer we really enjoyed sketching around town, and participating in the events during graphics month.
We went field sketching (even in the heat!), and sketched during our scholar trip (and a little at the airport).
As a part of the University of Chicago project, we were given the prompt of researching and identifying aspects and activities of a college student's experience within a typical student room.
After identifying issues within the student room, we researched solutions and reorganized layouts to maximize the capabilities of a student room.
HARD HAT TOUR
One Wednesday we traveled to Mary Washington's campus and toured the in-progress building.
This summer the office re-design has been on everyone's mind. One thing that has been mentioned numerous times is the lack of collaboration spaces within the office. As architects, you design so many spaces for collaboration, study, inspiration, and social activity; yet HEWV lacks such spaces in its office.
We decided to create a semi-covered space in the under-utilized table space on the second floor. Our folded structure encloses the space. Images of what the office is working on, and what what other firms are working on provide conversation starters and ideas.
Yang and Suping volunteered to take the three of us to Charlottesville, VA to tour the University of Virginia campus and a local winery one Saturday in June. It was a beautiful day to see the impressive architecture and Virginia landscape.
Afterwards we stopped in Williamsburg for some authentic Chinese cuisine.
For our scholar trip we traveled to rural Alabama and visited, toured, and worked at Auburn University's Rural Studio.
We spent 3 days at Rural Studio and saw some incredible projects. The focus of the program is to provide great architecture to those who need it most. The program has a strong emphasis on using found objects to construct and enhance these student-led design-build projects.
A big shout out to the wonderful Abbie for being our tour guide! And thanks to Anna and Mark for accompanying us on our awesome trip!
WHO WE ARE:
We had a great summer!
Here are a few more highlights:
SUMMER SCHOLAR TRIP