How can 3D printing create a instrument for engaging nature?
The site selected for the studio of Spring 2016 was in central Knoxville at the junction of a high-traffic and low-traffic street. Students were challenged to explore how the citizens using the transit stop could leverage the project as a means of interacting with the natural environment in a novel way.
How can a small building enter into a dialogue with nature to facilitate our ability to perceive place beyond the conventional experience?
Related Projects and Research:
Summer Abston, Kirby Balch, Lauren Buntemeyer, Lindsey Clark, Mark Nickell, Andy Russell, Dustin Toothman, Ben Vega, Kendra Whitaker