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Phase II: Interior by Décor

As a part of the second segment, Prime introduced color in the forms of curtains, rugs, carpet, wallpaper, and other […]

Phase I : Interior by Objects

Three weeks in.  176 drawings.  22 models.  Thousands of pieces of furniture. Without walls, floors, cabinets, washers and dryers or […]

Studio Berlin: Design Phase

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After weeks of touring, Studio Berlin buckles down to start design on our final project.

Studio Berlin 2013

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Touring and Temporality

Models and Movement

1/32 scale model
Models and Movement: The Final Touches on Theaters

G1 Studio: Take Five

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A look into the spring semester studio projects for graduate year 1.

2G Barcelona Casa Studio

“¡Hola!” from Barcelona. The 2G BCN studio just got back from a 9-day architectural grand tour of the Netherlands!

Big Things Happen Here : Dallas

Untitled-1Bags packed and ticket in hand, we headed to Dallas, home of the AT&T Performing Arts Center

Invasion of the Face Eating Boxes!

UG3′s present their massive experiential interior models.

A Little Show and Tell

This time on Manufactured Fields: experiential renders and story time.

Scaling Up


From bigness to thickness, and from no sleep to great models. A post from the undergraduate class of 2014.

Learning from Euclidean Geometry


Paul Andersen of Indie Architecture is leading a group of third year graduate students through a research seminar and studio that investigates “New Swerves on Regular Curves.”

Comically Dead Urbanism


A cemetery proposal for New Orleans, LA with Grant Gibson.

Less PORT More FIELD


Exploring landscape as an artificial and industrially produced assembly system.

“From Bigness to Thickness”

“From Bigness to Thickness” is intended to engage the challenges preset on the shift of scales between urban and architectural design.