Monthly Archives: February 2011

Jenga3.0 Project Statement: An Evolutionary Flow of Form, Material, and Light

EVOLUTION | FREE FLOW We actualize the underlying theme of flow through moments of enclosure within solids and moments of release through the perception of void upon discovering the glass patio. Through form, materials, and light, we explored the sense … Continue reading

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Team Proposal for Jenga 3.0

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Jenga 2.0: Reflective Synopsis

One of my main goals for this year was to improve my ability to use the digital rendering software programs I have been exposed to thus far in second year, these include: Rhino, Photoshop, Sketch up, and Illustrator. This is … Continue reading

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Kit of Parts Reviews: Cassandra Brunson

Cassandra’s concept word was Ignite. Like Blaneni, Cassandra made use of associative words to help her with her designs these include: provoke, inflame, and evoke, also in that order. For her first space Cassandra wished to provoke feelings of passion … Continue reading

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Kit of Parts Reviews: Blakeni Walls

Blakeni’s concept word was bubble. She brainstormed for ideas for her spaces by creating a list of associative words she linked with the word bubble. The three words she stuck with for her three spaces were “pop”, “child-like”, and “delicate”, … Continue reading

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Jenga 1.0: Project Overview

As our first project of the semester, Jenga 1.0 shot us full force into the new semester. We had only three weeks to cultivate ideas, compose and render a series of technical drawings, and create a well-crafted three-dimensional model of … Continue reading

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Jenga 1.0: Space 3

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