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Eames Toy Bird, Craig Sutton 2011 Iowa State University

Eames Toy Bird, Craig Sutton

Datum: student journal of architecture

The figure of a black wooden bird, purchased from the Appalachian mountain region of the eastern United States, was cherished by Charles and Ray Eames. This particular figure has stood in the center of their living room for over fifty years and has appeared in multiple photographs of their work.


Lure Hotel, Robby Gilles, Julie Jeong, Keegan McGuire, Jin Yi 2011 Iowa State University

Lure Hotel, Robby Gilles, Julie Jeong, Keegan Mcguire, Jin Yi

Datum: student journal of architecture

Media theorist Aaron Koblin stated that, "19th century culture was defined by the novel, the 20th century culture by cinema, and the culture of the 21st century will be defined by the interface." This idea of interaction through a new interface became the driving force behind the Lure Hotel.


A Library, Sunica Jasarovic 2011 Iowa State University

A Library, Sunica Jasarovic

Datum: student journal of architecture

The Stuart Dybek Special Collections Public Library Annex is situated in a barrio in Pilsen, Chicago. I raised the whole library to the second floor, leaving the ground floor as public space for the community. The ground level provides a relief in the urban density.


Enduring Form, David Brockshus 2011 Iowa State University

Enduring Form, David Brockshus

Datum: student journal of architecture

As an architect, the buildings we design shall have lifetimes distinctly longer than ours. They shall live on as monuments, defying time in a way that our human bodies could only dream of


Design Build, Jacob Bauer, Casey Everett, Laura Farlee, Ryan Frank, Ryan Gauquie, Jared Gebauer, Kyle Hannigan, Lucas Harris, Rachel Jafvert, Samuel Jelinek, Jonathan McCracken, Christina Mital, Nicholas Nugent, Kayla Ohrt, Chase Prepula, Nicholas Rettenberger, Kyle Sheker, John Simmons, Kevin Swan, Frank Tigges, Adam Van Gorp, Alyssa Zasada 2011 Iowa State University

Design Build, Jacob Bauer, Casey Everett, Laura Farlee, Ryan Frank, Ryan Gauquie, Jared Gebauer, Kyle Hannigan, Lucas Harris, Rachel Jafvert, Samuel Jelinek, Jonathan Mccracken, Christina Mital, Nicholas Nugent, Kayla Ohrt, Chase Prepula, Nicholas Rettenberger, Kyle Sheker, John Simmons, Kevin Swan, Frank Tigges, Adam Van Gorp, Alyssa Zasada

Datum: student journal of architecture

The 2011 Design/Build Studio included 13 undergraduate architects, 2 graduate architects, 6 landscape architects, and 1 interior designer. Under the careful supervision and guidance of Bruce Bassler, this team worked to design and deliver a complete sleeping cabin to the Scenic Park campground in South Sioux City, Nebraska.


Guided By Light, Inhabiting The Horizontal, Jasmine Singh 2011 Iowa State University

Guided By Light, Inhabiting The Horizontal, Jasmine Singh

Datum: student journal of architecture

Given, a box, to be transformed into a dwelling.


Letter From The Editors, Datum 2011 Iowa State University

Letter From The Editors, Datum

Datum: student journal of architecture

No abstract provided.


From Anonymous To Known, Darian Lu 2011 Iowa State University

From Anonymous To Known, Darian Lu

Datum: student journal of architecture

I found myself associating some studio projects with their designers: their personalities and their passion for certain things are involved and apparent in their work. However, many other works stay anonymous to the viewer and possibly even the owner. How do you make your project "known" to you?


Red Camoflage, Kristen Gretemen 2011 Iowa State University

Red Camoflage, Kristen Gretemen

Datum: student journal of architecture

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This was the identity given to me when I joined the Iowa Stare community. A nine digit number is all the help the university gives you to start forming yourself. and I was under the impression that by the time I would leave, five years later. I would have everything figured out. I would need to know, down co the details who I was and what wanted to do with the rest of my life. If this was not the most intimidating thought ever, then I don't know what could be more terrifying.


The Nature Of Fissure, Asa Houston 2011 Iowa State University

The Nature Of Fissure, Asa Houston

Datum: student journal of architecture

In our studio we approached the design of a community co-op and performance center for the historic riverfront Market area of Kansas City, MO through focusing on IDENTITY. Recognizing local phenomena from the proposed design site as a catalyst for our semester.


Forming Ideas, Dan Siroky 2011 Iowa State University

Forming Ideas, Dan Siroky

Datum: student journal of architecture

Chicago, New York, Boston, Denver, Rome. These are all cities we may visit as part of the architecture curriculum at Iowa State.


Madii, Yvonne Hidle 2011 Iowa State University

Madii, Yvonne Hidle

Datum: student journal of architecture

MADii is the Museum of Art, Design, and Industrial Innovation located in Columbus, Indiana. Its core premise is the idea of designing a museum that turns the "back of house" into the "front of house" thereby allowing visitors to have a more interesting, informative and constantly changing experience.


Form In Motion, Michael Noonan 2011 Iowa State University

Form In Motion, Michael Noonan

Datum: student journal of architecture

Since I've been in school, my biggest obstacle has been a bad habit of over-thinking decisions. I think "paralysis by analysis" is the clinical term.


Ice Top, Stephanie Johnson, Annamarie Snider 2011 Iowa State University

Ice Top, Stephanie Johnson, Annamarie Snider

Datum: student journal of architecture

We enjoy the simplicity, joy and lack of self-consciousness that the Eames claim accompanies playing with a toy. We, however, wanted to make this project a demonstration of how vulnerable those moments are.


Lvl Chair, Jake Groth 2011 Iowa State University

Lvl Chair, Jake Groth

Datum: student journal of architecture

Provoked by hammock construction, this design seeks to reconfigure the hammock into a lounge chair. The chosen program was to create a lounge chair from materials easily found at a hardware store. And the materials were to embrace their natural qualities. Along with this, the chair was to be ergonomically comfortable and capable of being flat packed for ease of transportation.


Basculant Chair Replica, Chester Smith 2011 Iowa State University

Basculant Chair Replica, Chester Smith

Datum: student journal of architecture

The LCI Basular Chair, when it was originally released as part of Corbusier' department for the Home line, was producing individually by hand by craftsmen.


Con(Form), Clark Colby 2011 Iowa State University

Con(Form), Clark Colby

Datum: student journal of architecture

Great form through architecture i a goal we strive to reach. In the educational world, a professor assigns a topic or project. Design a velodrome, a house, a museum. These are formal ideas with formal identities that allow for shaping, pushing and pulling and, our hope, some innovation. The finished design is theoretically meant to be functional and real.


Constructed Ephemerality, Alex Priest 2011 Iowa State University

Constructed Ephemerality, Alex Priest

Datum: student journal of architecture

Constructed Ephemerality questions the current role of lines as political boundaries and topographic projections both discovered and man-made. It is a new form of site analysis attempting to address the responsibility of art object and the contemporary world, thus pushing line aggressively into the "real" world of everyday spaces.


Décor(Um), Sarah Zenti 2011 Iowa State University

Décor(Um), Sarah Zenti

Datum: student journal of architecture

Décor(um) was an interior design MFA thesis project constructed over the course of nine months in 2009–10 and inspired by a summer living and studying in Rome.


Our Language And The Language Of Failure, Megen O'Toole 2011 Iowa State University

Our Language And The Language Of Failure, Megen O'Toole

Datum: student journal of architecture

I believed I had failed. I struggled with using my tools eloquently, and expressing myself convincingly and completely.


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