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Chair, Table, Case//WI 16

  • 2016_WI_504D_Raleigh_Keegan_3
  • 2016_WI_504D_Raleigh_Keegan_2
  • 2016_WI_504D_Raleigh_Keegan_1
  • 2016_WI_504D_Qu_Siyu_3
  • 2016_WI_504D_Qu_Siyu_2
  • 2016_WI_504D_Qu_Siyu_1
  • 2016_WI_504D_Bailey_Mattias_3
  • 2016_WI_504D_Bailey_Mattias_2
  • 2016_WI_504D_Bailey_Mattias_1
  • 2016_WI_504D_Farrell_Stephanie_3
  • 2016_WI_504D_Farrell_Stephanie_2
  • 2016_WI_504D_Farrell_Stephanie_1
  • 2016_WI_504D_Okonski_Michal_3
  • 2016_WI_504D_Okonski_Michal_2
  • 2016_WI_504D_Okonski_Michal_1

Course Description

This studio requires that each student design, develop and finish a full-scale piece of furniture. Each furniture piece will be an opportunity for architecture write small; recognizing the studio is offered within an architecture program the process of design, design development, analysis, modeling, and production will follow a typical building design studio. The final of the studio, however – real, full-scale objects – changes a number of things. The physical consequence of design decisions and strategies is an inescapable reality, for example. Issues of craft, method, tolerance, and the ethics of making are also heightened.