Below you will find a few images of the completed design|build project from ARC242 in the spring semester of 2014.
This semester in ARC242, the students were challenged with a traditional design|build project. Over the course of three required build days and about 15 voluntary build days, the class built a new amphitheater space for SIU’s Touch of Nature. Below are a series of images of the build process.
At the conclusion of ARC550, each student was asked to create a small booklet that outlined their progress through the semester. Below, you will find a few select examples of these booklets.
Kristopher Teubel – final booklet
John Svast – final booklet
Randy Thoms – final booklet
Nicholas Mosher – final booklet
Below, you will find a selection of the boards presented by the students in ARC550 in defense of their semester’s work.
This summer in ARC550, the students were divided into four groups. Each group, over the course of three weeks, explored a variety of topics centered on juvenile justice. Some of these were done individually (for example the initial writing assignments). Many, though, were done as a coordinated effort within the group. After analyzing juvenile justice topics, the site, and the program, each group was asked to create an anthology of their work for use by the class during the design of the juvenile facility. Below you will find two examples of these anthologies.
group 2 research anthology
group 3 research anthology
Below you can find a few samples of the final boards produced by the students in ARC351. These boards outline their designs for the final project of the semester: a cemetery. The students also produced a 1:10 model for the review and incorporated in one of their panels from earlier in the semester.
Below, you will find images of the ARC351 final presentations for the fall semester of 2012.