Datum: student journal of architecture: Volume 5, Issue 1
As a studio instructor, I believe in teaching students to creatively explore their imagination through making models.
A question, as architects we often ask, but rarely in education we elaborate upon early in our careers. At hands, we are solution makers, to various problems or questions, whether it is fashion, urban refinement and revival, political gestures, product design, art, film, graphic design or even video games, making us the overall package in the industry of analytical thinking and creative processing. The set of tools that exist at our disposal, should not only give person(s) a reason romanticize only about, becoming a master building designer or maker, but rather pursue the very fabric of what makes one excited about the process of making.
Ryan Carter's answer to "What we do." A student perspective on the place of iteration in our explanations to family and friends.
Devoted Datum thinker Jill Maltby introduces us to the concept of her way of getting through a project with her strategic music selections, while Suncica Jasarovic + Dake Li + Chenglong Zhao's San Francisco Jazz House project shows us the importance of distracting yourself with Netflix while undertaking an incredibly-time consuming model.