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Studio - Building Platform - Intro

Over the past three months, I’ve been working on my final studio project for my Masters course at the Dessau International School of Architecture in Dessau, Germany. 686 more words

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FINAL JURY of THIS SEMESTER

Tuz Gölü is a big scaled and homogeneous area that haven’t got more references to orient people other than the Josephine which is created by closing two peninsulas and merging both sky and horizon. 383 more words

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Being an Architecture Student: End of First Term

The first term of university has officially ended, and I thought I would write a post to summarise what it’s been like for me.

First of all it has gone so quickly, unbelievably fast. 205 more words

Architecture

The PreJURY-II

In Tuz Gölü, there was a strong and specific orientation towards and through to the specific part of the horizon line which is created by closing two peninsulas and merging both sky and horizon. 281 more words

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Week 17: The End and the Beginning

Week 17 marks the final week of my fall semester at Helix. It is however, not my last day. Far from it! Next semester I will be continuing on at Helix up until Graduation. 1,029 more words

Architecture

Being An Architecture Student: First Crit

So this week at university I had my first group work presentation. Although my group somehow managed to drop to two people from five, it was still really good. 189 more words

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Week 16: Flurries

Week 16 has been by far one of the fastest paced, most eventful, and perhaps fun weeks in the whole of my internship! I’ve spent the week working primarily on 18th and McGee, since we have a client meeting this Friday. 1,156 more words

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