SKIN / the tectonic issue Sep11

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SKIN / the tectonic issue

SKIN gets a facelift

SKIN—the Architecture Department’s publication of student design and course work begun in 2004—has a new look this year. No longer printed as a book, SKIN now folds out like a map and can be hung as a poster. This innovative new format has enabled an increased mailing scope to include all alumni, and conveys information while promoting the display of student work. A team of editors led by Jim Nicholls produces two issues of SKIN each year, one on a focused topic, and a second featuring thesis awards and a survey of current academic activities.

The name “SKIN” is meant as both a noun and a verb, implying the dual role of containing and revealing. The first edition in the new format contains an inspiring collection of models from the tectonic studios completed in Winter 2012, and reveals the diverse talents of our students. This issue is now available in Gould 208, so stop in and get your copy when school starts on the 24th!

Written by Erin Feeney, MArch Candidate 2012.

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