Monthly Archives: April 2014

This is my last blog posting for IARc 112. Some of the final techniques I have been practicing over this semester have been learning how to draw in both one point and two point perspective along with learning how to … Continue reading

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Culture and Creation Story

For this week of school we had to choose a culture that was not our own and investigate how the people of that culture alter or reshape their appearance to celebrate a story that was important to their identity. After … Continue reading

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IARc Field Trip to Monticello and Fallingwater

  This is my section drawing of Frank Lloyd Wrights Unity Temple. We had to draw and poché the walls for the first version and then draw the negative space for the second version. This is a plan view of … Continue reading

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Novem Mason Symposium on Community- Engaged Design

For this project my group had to design a layout for the front lobby of the IARc building for the Novem Mason Symposium. The design process for the layout included cutting out an extensive amount of multiple sized triangles that we … Continue reading

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THIS BIG HOUSE

This Big House is our latest drawing assignment. For this assignment we had to enlarge the original drawing in 1/4″ scale.    Below is my drawn version of This Big House, along with the two additional sectional views C and … Continue reading

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