I defy you to find me an architecture student who is completely at peace with their thesis once it has been printed. I made a spelling mistake in the text and it almost broke me even though I live in a place where English is not the first language of my peers.
Printing and pin-up is in 2 weeks and my wonderful supervisor decides this is the perfect time to tell me to rethink my whole strategy. Why do I get the feeling that I should get used to this in my career?
Just wanted to make a summary of some of the research I've done recently.
I got the book 'Landscape Infrastructure' with case-studies by SWA [Sasaki, Walker, and Associates - see website here] which has turned out to be a fantastic resource for real-world applications of 'urban nature.'
This past week I've been working at school on a large scale model at 1:50. Previous to this, however, I did these watercolor sketches to get down my ideas about different kinds of transitions on the site.