Tag archive for School of Architecture

Boundaries 02, 2013

Thousands of lines are scratched into glossy black paint on medium density fiberboard.

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A solar-savvy house and the ties that bind

Two generations later, on a hot day in May, I strap on a hardhat and orange safety vest and climb a gently sloping ramp to investigate another kind of solar dwelling.

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Rooms for getting better

“The Patient Room 2020 mock-up is very high tech, but it’s not about that,” Dina Battisto says. “It’s about restoring hope and comfort and control to patients and their families.”

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learning from the Hunley

From the crucible of desperation, the South forged an improbable secret weapon: a hand-cranked attack boat. The H.L. Hunley was designed to do what no vessel in the world had ever done: sink a warship from beneath the waves.

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here comes the sun

In the corners of Lee 3, small red bulbs are glowing. This means, keep the windows closed. Today is a red-light day, the weather gray and cold.

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