posted by Christopher Morris
Every winter quarter, there is a spectacular showcase of the craft that we, as architecture students, put into our work in the form of quarter inch scale tectonic models for Jim Nicholls’ Design Development course (Arch 570). The level of detailing, which sometimes isn’t achieved in...
posted by Benjamin Ahearn
Written by Carey Moran, Benjamin Ahearn, and Kristin Karlsson
Why is it, when collaboration is so highly revered, that group work in school is so…despised? The prospect of compromising your ideas or doing all the work seems sacrilegious and exhausting. In theory, group work is meant to...
posted by Erica Brissenden
Beacon Food Forest, located just southwest of Jefferson Park on Beacon Hill, is a community garden project rooted in permaculture. This food forest, which broke ground in 2010, is using a gardening technique that simulates a woodland ecosystem but substitutes in edible plants. The Beacon...