By Ja

This is the Carnegie Mellon Architecture Class of 2013 blog. It is a space for dialogue and information exchange. It is monitored by the current studio coordinator, the studio TA, and several student editors.  If you are faculty, you have access to post to this site. If you are a student, you can leave a comment to any post and keep the dialogue going, OR start a post by logging-in. If you are an outside guest, feel free to leave a comment and join the conversation.

2nd Year Faculty: Kai Gutschow (Coordinator)/ TBA… /Matthew Huber (TA)

1st Year Faculty: Pablo Garcia (Coordinator)/Mary-Lou Arscott/Christine Brill/Donald Johnson/Jason Morris/Brock Onque/Spike Wolff


2 Responses to “About”

  1. 1 Carol Boggs
    2010/09/26 at 12:52 pm

    I am inquiring about copywright priviledges for use of the photograph of the Kenneth Snelson “Needle Towwer” as displayed in the 2013 student gallery. The image was included in a search at Google “Needle Tower” – images. It is a very clear and fine photo. I am in the process of desiging a website and would like to use the photo as a demonstration of tensegrity, a concept that also relates to the support and structure of the body. I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique, a method for retraining postural and movement habits to decrease excess compression stress and increase ease of movement.

    If you prefer I can send you a link to the draft of my site so that you can see how I would like to use the image.

    A prompt reply would be greatly appreciated.

    Thnak you,

    Carol Boggs

  2. 2 Christian Bjone
    2013/11/09 at 11:07 am

    I am inquiring about the posted photo of Moes van der Rohe and a student looking at a model.
    I have not been able to find a location reference to this image.
    Can you tell me where you found this,where on the web or in what book?
    I would greatly appreciate any help in this request.
    Thanks a lot.
    Christian Bjone

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