This semester, much like the previous summer (outlined in a separate page), the graduate architecture students in ARC550 Regional Design Studio were asked to create an open-air museum as their primary design project of the semester. At the conclusion of the very quick and intense eight week endeavor each student was tasked with reconceiving or translating his or her design as a museum exhibit or art installation. And much like the previous semester, there were a wide variety of interpretations of this assignment, from very simple to incredibly complex, from very small to very large. Each installation was required to contain a full architectural presentation of the final project in some way, whether directly through the integration of drawings, text, diagrams, etc. or indirectly through the hosting of a project book.