Fall 2013 Reviews
December 20, 2013 |
The College of Design wrapped up the Fall 2013 semester with a series of final reviews featuring the culmination of the semester's research. Below is a short description of four studios, which are featured in the slideshow above, along with many other exemplary projects:
Martin Summers's Disruptive Continuity studio, which sets out to explore the nature of the contemporary library within rapidly transforming technological, cultural, social, political and environmental contexts.
Lindsey Guinther's healthcare environments studio, in which students studied healthcare environments throughout Lexington to obtain real-world data on patient usage, workplace efficiency, and activity analysis.
The architecture/interiors joint studio, led by Mark O'Bryan and Rebekah Ison-Radtke, in which students from both disciplines developed design interventions for the UK student center.
Gary Rohrbacher and his students continued their work for Paducah, KY, this time developing concepts for the Atomic City Museum.
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