25 November, 2009


I'm super-excited because we recently started Princeton's undergraduate Architecture magazine, called ISOMETRIC. More on this later (maybe).

Architects Use Books

As you can see, here I am using the books on my desk to hold a small foamcore model in place till the glue dries.

22 November, 2009

Bronson Visits Princeton

...and we hang out at the E-Quad sculpture after having lunch at Tomo Sushi.


I visited the Architecture schools at Columbia, MIT and Harvard during fall break. I thought MIT was interesting, but the irony is: (a) I won't get in and that'll be sad; and (b) if I get in, I'll begin to realize fully how imperfect these schools are. In a weird way, it makes me wonder what I am doing at Princeton, on the other side of that formidable undergraduate admissions process.

Visiting the Site for Ron's Studio Project

Phone Pictures of Princeton in Its Fall Glory

Dawn, from my window

McCosh Hall, right across from the Architecture Building

Venturi's Wu Hall against stadium lights in the distance

View from Architecture Building
Nassau Hall
Gehry's Lewis Library
I.M.Pei's Spellman Hall