2nd Year

Snøhetta, The Best Weapon, peace bench, United Nations, NYC, June 2019
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Second Year Studio Overview

First year developed building design skills through small-scaled interventions and introduced a wide range of representation and communication techniques. Second Year Studio builds upon these skills through a series of increasingly complex architectural projects. In the Fall we will design a small-scale civic project that will introduce many factors that contribute to architectural design in an urban context. These include designing with the community, public interest and equity, and integrating nature into the city. In the Winter quarter, the project will be larger, and the rural context will emphasize the connection between building and landscape. We’ll confront issues of environmental equity and learn how to situate buildings into sloped sites. In Spring quarter, students will design a complex, multi-unit building and synthesize social, environmental and economic issues. Second year studio is a place to build skills, ask questions, investigate and analyze information, to create designs that are thoughtful, beautiful, sustainable, inclusive and well-constructed.

Kelle Brooks, 2nd year coordinator
Kbrook10@calpoly.edu

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section # Fall 2022: ARCH 251/241 Winter 2023: ARCH 252/242 Spring 2023: ARCH 253/207
 02 Ryan Brockett +Carmen Trudell    
 03 Casey Benito    
 04 Jermaine Washington + Vanessa Moon    
 05 Zahra Rasti    
 06 Canceled Section    
 07 Humberto Norman + Carmen Trudell    
 08 Kelle Brooks + Vanessa Moon    
 09 Staff    
 10 Tom DiSanto + Zahra Rasti    

 

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