1. In which medium can we best express architectural representation? How do time, notation, and score become integrated to present an architectural project that can be more than compositional – to be processional? In Arch. 521 Visual Studies, led by Assistant Professor Simon Kim, Active Drawing became a space of inquiry or a diagrammatic interface. Shown: Video of Found Objects gone weird, "Variations on a Deadbolt," by William Wong. design.upenn.edu/architecture

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  2. In which medium can we best express architectural representation? How do time, notation, and score become integrated to present an architectural project that can be more than compositional – to be processional? In Arch. 521 Visual Studies, led by Assistant Professor Simon Kim, Active Drawing became a space of inquiry or a diagrammatic interface. Shown: Video of Found Objects gone weird, "The Instrument" - Kordae Henry. design.upenn.edu/architecture

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  4. Solving module depth by width. Animation produced for the University of Pennsylvania PennDesign Architecture 701 studio at the Architectural Association, Autumn 2011.

    Laura Lo + Olivia Tarricone

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  5. New Aging: Senior Living for the Future

    Created by: William Heyer + John Scherer

    Studio Critic: Matthias Hollwich

    Created for: ARCH 701.204, School of Design, University of Pennsylvania

    EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

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