CYBERSPACE: THE FINAL FRONTIER ! Arch 372 Spring 1996 Studio Critic: Robert I. Selby, AIA (firstname.lastname@example.org) Major Emphases: · helping Emerson Park, East St. Louis, plan for a light rail station, related commercial development, and new housing, as a continuous stream of work from the School of Architecture · documenting and publishing previous work and your work on the world wide web · learning how to present preliminary and final to me in cyberspace · presenting work in cyberspace to faculty reviewers On-site Activities: · meetings with clients and consultants , site documentation and research as required in programming, design, presentation phases · work weekends to conduct fix-up, paint-up projects later in the Spring Team Activities: It is most likely that the studio will divide into work teams to focus on: (first 8 weeks) · update and publish neighborhood plan · update and publish light rail/commercial area · update and publish previous housing projects (second 8 weeks) · light rail/commercial design/design development/preliminary estimating · single family house design/ design development/preliminary estimating (may be one student per client, team works together on publishing best projects) · (maybe) multi family house design/ design development/preliminary estimating Each team will function as an individual office (or studio within a studio) For example, each team will need someone who is primarily responsible for graphic and text conversion to the web. Ideally, each team would have one good estimator. Everyone will have an opportunity to learn how to surf the net and what it takes to publish on the Internet. COME SURF THE NET!
East St. Louis Action Research Project