All, In an effort to support your health, well being and the quality of our conversations tomorrow, it is required that you upload the files that you will be printing for review tonight.
Please upload your files to this location by 6:00p tonight.
If your files are not uploaded by the time your professor goes to bed tonight you may be disqualified from making a final presentation tomorrow.
Get some rest, shower and eat. After having done all of that, help your classmates and have fun.
3rd Year Studio:
12 additional hours of laser time have been made available for the third year studio beginning Tuesday evening at 9PM and concluding at midnight. Three hours on each of the four machines.
Please contact Bill Loster in Prof. Glynn’s section to reserve your spot. email@example.com
We’ll have reviews today in all of Crown Hall Lower Core – West, Middle, East, starting at 2pm.
We will be reviewing by site location, NOT by studio, and reviews will be conducted by studio professors only.
With three clearly delineated spaces, and four sites, dividing the space is a little challenging. Starting from the west and moving east, we’ll have the Foster/Bryn Mawr site, then the Goose Island Site, then the downtown site, and then the south branch site. We will clearly mark where each start and stop prior to 12:30p when we expect you will start pinning up.
NOTE: SPACES HAVE BEEN MARKED AS OF RIGHT NOW. THERE IS NO SPECIFIC REVIEW ORDER SO FIRST COME FIRST SERVE, BIT THERE WILL NOT BE SPACE FOR ALL TO PIN UP AT ONCE. WIT ROUGHLY 20 STUDENTS PER GROUP REVIEWS WILL BE +/- 10 MINUTES PER PERSON.
Remember, this is the first of two FINAL reviews. Make a good impression and use this opportunity to test the precision of your presentation and the value of your deliverables. Pay close attention.
AND – unlike other reviews, this review does not suggest a pause afterward. There are only two weeks left in the semester and much still to do. You cannot let up, and to lose this weekend would not be wise.
Sorry for the late notice folks. Let’s just meet in studio.
All, Today at 2pm in Perlstein Auditorium Professor Rahman Azari will discuss potentials for passive and mechanical systems for heating, cooling and ventilating our boathouse projects. See you there.