Senior year has begun and is in full swing. I'm excited for my last studio at Princeton, a thrilling project that analyzes "stacking" in architecture, and how it's articulated in form and program. We've started off by looking at previous examples and I've got the Villa Savoye, one of my favorite buildings!
I stepped on a meticulously constructed study model from last semester, just for fun, and was surprised to see the result, both in terms of the form produced (it looks like OMA's Seattle Public Library) and the structural strength and pliability. In the background is some preliminary work on the Villa Savoye.
In other news, I am applying to Architecture graduate schools!