Senior Design Studio Portfolios

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    Architecture Design Studio 2 Final Project: Anna Moyer

    Anna Moyer will be presenting her Architecture Design Studio 2 final project in this years HAAARCH program. The studio introduced system based design concepts, which required students to work in a continuous sequence of strategic design. The final assignment led to the design of a funerary complex on a predetermined site located on Mount Washington in Pittsburgh. Anna's design incorporated elements from the site itself, as well as from the text, Walden written by Henry David Thoreau. Her architecture attempts to create spaces that are complex and meaningful, which tie into natural surroundings and aligns with the ideas presented in Walden.

    Find out more about Anna Moyer.

    Categories: 
    • HAAARCH!!! 2014
    • Undergraduate Work
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    Senior Design Studio Portfolio: Robert Bush

    Robert Bush will be presenting his architectural studio II models within the Frick Fine Arts gallery. A complimentary slideshow portfolio will also be projected to show previous projects within the History of Art & Architecture, as well as Studio Arts Department.  The projects selected provide a sense of Robert’s individual creativity through two-dimensional and three-dimensional expressions, but they also demonstrate what can be achieved through the Architectural Studies design track major.

    Find out more about Robert Bush.

    Categories: 
    • HAAARCH!!! 2014
    • Undergraduate Work
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    Senior Design Studio Portfolio: Mitchell Stein

    The portfolio is known to be the collection of a student’s work throughout their undergraduate, graduate, or professional career. When I look at mine, it is a reminder of the all the thought, the trial and errors, the strategies, and the programming that it took to create such work. Each page of my portfolio is a chapter of my time here at Pitt in the Architectural Studies program. The portfolio itself was even designed in a specific manner to portray the amount of processing necessary for such projects to be a success.

    Find out more about Mitchell Stein.

    Categories: 
    • HAAARCH!!! 2014
    • Undergraduate Work