Monthly Archives: March 2014

A New Look for Airstream

Christopher Deam has been given an exciting and much-needed job: revitalizing the mainstream Airstream. He discovered that there was a disconnect between the exterior shell and the interior architecture, and decided that for an American icon, it would no longer … Continue reading

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AIA Vermont Airstream

According to the AIA website, A group of Norwich University undergraduate architecture students are transforming a 21-foot 1969 Airstream Globetrotter into a mobile outreach, education, and design center over the course of the next six months. This project was made … Continue reading

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C S Humphrey Visit

The studio visited C S Humphrey, an architectural millwork, woodwork, and cabinetry¬†company based¬†in Kansas City. We learned about the efficiency and skill involved in crafting woodwork on a much larger scale. Their warehouse had high technology, regulated machines that made … Continue reading

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Design Proposals

We’ve begun initial design proposals for the MoCoLab. Some of the discussions that have been brought up are the needs for flexibility, convertibility, mobility, privacy, seating, lighting and sound. As we found similarities in many of our proposals, we paired … Continue reading

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Wood Joinery

The studio practiced our skills in wood craftsmanship by creating a series of wood joints. We learned about the risks involved of using power tools to create detailed cuts. After three iterations, there was much improvement and more knowledge about … Continue reading

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