Summer 2022
Lead Instructor

The final project builds upon six earlier exercises in the summer program, which developed sequentially and built upon fundamentals of space-making and modes of representation. Students tackled the basics—respresenting spatial ideas through orthographic drawing types and rendered perspectives—in three short weeks.

Students developed their final project with the program of a voting pavilion in downtown Syracuse.  Students developed their pavilions from a central design statement using tectonic, stereotomic, or hybrid methods of space-making alongside an action verb (think- interlocking, linking, nesting, connecting) to create spatial definition and hierarchy of spaces.

The Final Exhibition occured virtually on Conceptboard in July 2022 with three invited critics. Students presented the concepts of the course and shared final projects. Students, families, Teaching Assistants, critics, and instructor rejoiced, celebrating both rigor of thought and production.