Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Going Through My Old Files...

I found this...



When I was an architecture student, this was my last project. Or at least, part of it. I spent hours putting in the dimensions and measurements of Louis Kahn's Salk University on the computer so that I could pull it apart and dissect it, forming my own analysis. Then I had to design a building that somehow represented the same ideas that Kahn was attempting to put forth.

I actually enjoyed this project. Although the labor intensive hours were hard on my back, eyes, and mind.

I'm glad I still have this copy.

1 comment:

Pirate J. said...

As a part time engineer, I know how much effort and time goes into these. I think it's awesome!