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Foods for Thought

Foods for Thought

Yesterday I had two different conversations that involved my Capstone, and it made me consider a few things. For the placement of the awning, it may make more sense to place the frame on the outsides of the bench instead of directly behind. Initially, Professor Ambrose suggested creating two joints that connect the vertical posts […]

Meeting with Second Stakeholder

Meeting with Second Stakeholder

As per Professor Ambrose’s suggestion, I got in contact with my professor Brent White, as well. Upon describing the project, he first suggested looking into the mathematical theory of how a turtle shell develops. Looking at the actual shape and design has helped visualize how this piece will come together. In meeting him in person, […]

Meeting With First Stakeholder

Meeting With First Stakeholder

Through connections in the School of Architecture, I got in touch with one of the student advisors and well-respected studio professor Michael Ambrose. I met with him on Tuesday, February 24th in a meeting with the executive board of my fraternity. I introduced my project to him and he planned a meeting for the next […]

Meeting with Krista

Meeting with Krista

As a teacher in DCC and an artist, Krista has been a valuable resource for the design aspect of my project. I have spoken with her before, but this meeting on February 19th was both a review and a positive look at the future. Krista provided resources for me to refer to, and the following […]

Meeting with Emily’s Stakeholde...

Meeting with Emily’s Stakeholder

Friday, 2/13/15 We met with Bryan Quinn, a professor in the Electrical Engineering department as well as a student adviser and a solar power┬áspecialist. He has worked with Emily previously through Engineering Without Borders. He gave us some interesting suggestions of utilizing a bus stop or an already existing shelter and transforming it. While this […]

Stakeholders Advice

Stakeholders Advice

To find stakeholders: Speak to professors in the Architecture program ex. Professor Ambrose, studio professor Brian Kelly, studio professor Lester Escobal, introduction to drawing professor

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