# Projects

This page features selected student works that were submitted for the class assignments. As is encouraged with the exercise prompts, and by nature of the design process, each of the resulting works for the exercises is highly individualized.

The following works are courtesy of Luisel Zayas-San-Miguel, and are used with permission.

ASSIGNMENTS DOCUMENTATION
Planes Exercise 2 Presentation (PDF)

Intersecting two geometrically similar volumes as part of a series of steps for a drawing.

Thickened Plane + The Explosion Exercise 3 Presentation (PDF)

Closing a figure with planar surfaces
as part of a series of steps for a drawing.

Exercise 3 Axonometric (PDF)

Exploded axonometric drawing of a figure.

Measuring and Prototyping Exercise 6 Presentation: Bike Saddle (PDF - 4.0MB)

Fabrication of a model of a bike

The Figure and Configure Exercise 7 Presentation: Inflation (PDF - 2.9MB)

Rendering of a figure with discretized, inflated units.

Exercise 7 Video: Inflation of Discretized Units

Model demonstrating inflation of the discretized
units based on air pressure.

Exercise 7 Video: Construction Process

SketchUp model demonstrating the construction
process and inflatability.

Promotion and Publication Exercise 8 Presentation: Inflatable Bike Saddle (PDF - 6.8MB)

Rendering of inflatable bike saddle, an
extension of Exercise 7 and 8.

The following works are courtesy of Austin W. Smith, and are used with permission.

ASSIGNMENTS DOCUMENTATION
Thickened Plane + The Explosion Exercise 3 Presentation: Dihedral Spike-Ball (PDF)

Model in progress of the drawn figure.

Exercise 3 Axonometric: Dihedral Spike-Ball (PDF)

Exploded axonometric drawing of a figure.

Solid and Surface Exercise 5 Presentation: Topple (PDF)

Drawing of several lines to define a ruled surface.

Measuring and Prototyping Exercise 6 Presentation (PDF - 2.0MB)

Drawing of facial application preceding fabrication.

The Figure and Configure Exercise 7 Presentation: Surface Tension (PDF - 3.0MB)

Rendering of discretized units governed
by surface tension.

Promotion and Publication Exercise 8 Presentation (PDF - 1.7MB)

Rendering of closed and curved surface,
an extension of Exercise 7.