Showcasing the best of our last month with this eclectic window full of artefacts, cabinets and lights. Walk in to our Indiranagar store to find out what’s new today.
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Showcasing the best of the month with this eclectic window full of artefacts, cabinets and lights. Walk in to our Indiranagar store to find out what’s new today.
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With thoughtful planning and a concentration on natural light and open spaces on a 10m narrow and almost 30m long floor plan, we were able to create spaces with the direct connection to the front garden, central courtyard, and several secret gardens.🌺
The result is a spacious and bright house where courtyards can be enjoyed all the time while creating a sense of privacy and enclosure.
Have what it takes to design the next 2x8 Exhibition? Now is the time to register.
Registration Closes / Friday, February 1
Submissions Due / Tuesday, February 12
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2×8 Student Competition, Exhibition and Scholarship program showcases exemplary student work from architecture & design institutions throughout California. Celebrating the state’s unequaled diversity in pedagogical directions, each of the participating academic programs select two student projects that epitomize their core vision. As many as 16 schools participate in the annual show.
Participating students exhibit their work at a public venue and have the opportunity to potentially receive scholarships to further their education as tomorrow’s architects.
In 2018, 2×8 program sponsors awarded $13K in scholarships, to students with winning projects from East LA College, USC School of Architecture, CA College of the Arts, Woodbury, UCLA, Cal Poly Pomona, and Otis College of Art & Design. This year’s goal is to raise $25K for the 2×8 student project exhibition and scholarship program!
DESIGN CHALLENGE: Design, build, and install the physical manifestation of the 2019 2x8 exhibition to showcase up to 32 student projects. Student work may be displayed in any fashion (printed boards, digital media, projection, etc.) and the design submissions should specifically prescribe the presentation format (size, proportions, etc). The exhibition design concept should be flexible, as the number of school entries may not be finalized until after a winner is selected. The design shall include a “sponsor wall” element of some type, and at the minimum an attention grabbing element in the public paseo on Helms Ave to alert passers by of the exhibit inside. Elements may be constructed or placed in the paseo, within the space, hung on walls, etc. At the end of the show however, the space must be returned in the same condition as it was found.
The Physical Sciences Building, a joint project of @cornellcas and the @cornelleng, was officially completed Nov. 19, 2010.
The building includes more than 80 research and teaching laboratories, a 120-seat auditorium, and new meeting, dining and gathering spaces. It is designed to enhance interdisciplinary research, and will accommodate 15-20 research groups in the Departments of Physics and of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, and the School of Applied and Engineering Physics.
The #architecturaldesign firm for the building is Boston-based Koetter, Kim & Associates, whose founders are both #Cornellalumni. AEP’s location in Clark Hall and Physical Sciences positions us in arguably one of the finest facilities on campus.