Monthly Archives: April 2011

Jenga 7.0: Back to the Units

In addition to furthering the design of our skyscrapers, in Jenga 7.0 we were to revisit the designs of our individual units as they related to the whole of our new structure. This is a poster I did displaying my … Continue reading

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Jenga 3.0: Book Presentations

Each of us chose a book to read this semester to present to the class. This is a poster I made for my book that I read, Heavenly Mansions by John Summerson.

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Writing Intensive 10: Writing=Designing

Through all the writing we have done this past semester, the reflective essay is the type I have found I am best at. I find that through describing my work to others I also gain a true understanding of what … Continue reading

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First Year Reviews

Dear Paige, I very much enjoyed participating in your end of year critiques for the Writer’s Retreat project. I could really tell you worked very hard on your project from the clarity of your drawings, the effort you put into … Continue reading

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Jenga 7.0: Portmanteau

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Jenga 6.0: first there were chair cards.. now we have door cards

As part of our individual work for Jenga 6.0, each of us was to design a door for our individual units that both displayed our individual concepts while also tying into the design of the facility as a whole. This … Continue reading

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Jenga 6.0: the Site

Jenga 6.o introduced us to the process of picking a site on which to build a structure. Normally this would already be determined before the the designing of the actual building even begins, but that was part of the challenge. … Continue reading

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