Calendar

Each class session typically consisted of lecture, followed by studio. For sessions without a specified lecture, studio time was extended to a full three hours. Reviews for the projects were also scheduled for the entire three hours of class.

SES # LECTURES STUDIOS
1

A Trans‐Scalar‐Practice: 10‐03 to 10+07

from Objects to Earth

Assignment 1.1: Body Measurements
2

10+00 the Human Scale: Bauhaus/Eames

Visit to the woodshop

Assignment 1.1: Drawing Wire; Building Wire
3  —
4 Assignment 1.1: Wire Projects, Hand
5 Assignment 1.2: Pencil, Pen Drawing
6 10+00 the Post-Human: Fuller/Archigram/Cedric Price Assignment 1.3: Thinking 3D
7 Assignment1.3: 3D Model
8 —  Preparing Presentations
9 Review Assignment 1.3

Assignment 1.4: Introduction

10 10+01 the Domestic Scale: Villas Assignment 1.4: Lines Along 3 Projections
11 —  Assignment 1.4: Drilling; Begin Threading
12 Assignment 1.4: Threading
13 Review Assignment 1.4 Assignment 2.1: Cube 3x3x3
14 10+02 the Civic Scale: Bigness and Monumentality Assignment 2.1: Abstracting the Measurments
15 Assignment 2.1: Drawing the Abstraction
16 10+03 the Neighborhood: The Urban Project Assignment 2.2: Amplifying to 6x6x6
17 Assignment 2.2: Continued
18 Review Assignment 2.2 Assignment 2.2: Best Cube is Chosen to be Built in Bass Wood
19

10+04 the City: The Granite Garden

Guest Lecturer: Anne Whiston Spirn

 3x3x3 Bass Wood Pin Up
20  Drawing the Cube Closed and Opened
21
22

10+06 the Regional Scale: Manufactured Landscapes

Guest Lecturer: Alan Berger

 Drawings Due
23  Assignment 2.4: Base
24  —
25  Drawing Section
26  Assignment Due
27 Final Review  —

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