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Assistant Professor Wei-Han Vivian Lee’s article on "Hair, Spikes, Cattail and Turkeyfoot" published in PLAT 1.5

Architecture Assistant Professor Wei-Han Vivian Lee was published in architectural journal PLAT. In issue 1.5, "Mind the Gap - Part 2," PLAT 1.5 explored what is at stake in the disappearing gap between architectural representation and the buildings it produces. Hair, Spikes, Cattail, and Turkeyfoot is the research, design, and construction of a thatch pavilion on the grounds of the Matthaei Botanical Gardens fall 2011, which originated through the college's Research Through Making Program.

PLAT is an independent architectural journal published by students at Rice School of Architecture.

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Jan 11, 2012

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