Assistant Professor Lee receives environmental honorable mention in I.D. Annual Design Review
Assistant Professor Vivian Lee received an honorable mention in the environments category in I.D. Magazine's 2011 Annual Design Review for her project "Hair, Spikes, Cattail, and Turkeyfoot." "Hair, Spikes, Cattail, and Turkeyfoot" seeks to discover new construction drawing conventions by exploring the oral tradition of thatch alongside the representational demands of digital fabrication. Lee's project combines two methods of construction – digital and oral – to explore the role of sequence-based drawing in current architectural practice.
Since 1954, the Annual Design Review has recognized the best in product, furniture, graphic, and environment design. The environments category included architectural projects, interiors, commercial/retail environments, temporary or permanent exhibits or galleries, way-finding systems, landscape design, and public open spaces.
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Mar 19, 2012