The End of Summer


Well, the end of Summer Quarter, at least. Tomorrow, or later today if one is strictly technical about the time, we have our final review of the quarter, then Thursday we do our quarterly exit interviews. This evening I pinned up my posters and spent some time finishing my models -- I have to get some tape to finish putting my posters up but that will be easily accomplished tomorrow morning.

As you can see, the posters are drooping on the end, because the wall material changes and it's impossible to set tacks into the corner where they need to end.

Final crit setup

I need to spend some time thinking about my setup for these crits: it'd be nice to be able to take up less space with posters. Because posters are a major pain to hang. Anyway. Plenty of time to think about that in the next few weeks.

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Here's the model I've been working on at Techshop. I ran out of time and didn't get the roof system together nicely, but this is close to what I was looking for: a jumble of scaffold and beams making some tall, dynamic interior spaces.

Sample model

And here's a view inside, to show what some of the interior spaces feel like. Walkways, scaffolding, tall spaces with lots of little rooms off them. A nice complex system that is actually based on a very simple repetitive plan, much like a biological organism.


Anyway, off to bed to get some rest before morning pre-flight.

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