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Day and Night

The CropStop’s farm style character is starting to become evident, now that the metal siding, the roof, and the window panels can finally be seen together. 122 more words

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All Hands On Deck.

While the last week of classes continue and Studio V’s semester review is this Friday, April 25th, the Crop Stop is quickly coming together. Currently we have finished applying the metal exterior siding to the two end wall, half of the metal roofing is also up, and the north wall is being started. 206 more words

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Southern Architecture: Middleton Place Inn

Recently I was talking to a fellow graduate student and friend that still goes to school in New York. We were discussing the project and when we were talking about the wood choice, he seemed skeptical of cypress. 285 more words

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The Craft of Looking Good

We are now getting to the phase of the project where the amount of time vs. work done seems to be slowing down. However, this is only how it seems, where in actuality, we are being much more focused on the detail and craftsmanship of the pieces we are applying to the project. 147 more words

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Soffit up, Roof almost on

The soffit on the roof is all up and ready to go. The way that the boards run the entire length of the structure and run out from the walls on either end really help to create a separate plane for the roof. 118 more words

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Git 'Er Done

With about ten days left, before our final review, we’ve really started to kick things into high gear. We’re now beginning to see the full scope of our project and what it’s going to take to finish the CropStop. 97 more words

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Soffit Up Some Things

Over the weekend Studio V made a lot of strides forward in the project. It started with getting all of the cypress wood, metal dip edge on the roof, and treated 2×4 for the furring strips. 258 more words

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