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F23 BSU CAP
ARCH 498

Taught by
Sewon Roy Kim

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Ally Barnett

Jose Davalos

Turner Detrick

Peter Dolniak

Reannin Donati

Evan Droste

Ethan Elsesser

Nolan French

Ella Garza

Luke Gidley

Claire Goodrich

Zoe Harris

Mollie Haughtington

Andrea Hernandez Chavez

Jonny Romero-Galvan

Braden Willis

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Our students started with their very own perceptions,

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Andrea's memory of returning to her hometown in Mexico after being away for so long

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zoe's imaginary childhood memory called

the bubbleland

and interpreted a locus both in the virtual and the physical sphere

Turner's Blender model

Then, these space-times were shuffled by a curriculum board game. 

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Via the game, students encountered their neighbors, 

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engaged in spatial negotiations,

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met their charactors,

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and learned what it means to confront the imminent challenges of our built environment.

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Board Game Round 1

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Student Works - Week 3

Student Works - Week 6

After our students learned disciplinary knowledge via the boardgame paired with a set of tutorials, students curated their very own syllabus for the final projects.

Our students communally agreed on what they wanted to try for the finals, and they worked diligently in designing a small-scale exhibition/living space.

Center for
Mid-Western Arts & Culture

location - Yongsan Garrison (formally US Territory) in Seoul, South Korea
program - living space, communal space, and small exhibition space

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For the last three weeks, students have been thinking in plan, section, and detail datums. It's not a lot of time, but our wonderful 2nd-year students did their best to work on the project that they asked for.

This is what our students have been up to so far, and we are not done yet!

That's why....

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