katsutoshi sasaki: oshikamo house. Check out this cool designed home in Aichi, Japan.
Project: Park Avenue Armory
Designed by: Herzog and de Meuron
Location: New York
“Originally constructed between 1877 and 1881, and occupying an entire city block, the Armory houses one of most important collection of 19th-century interiors in the United States—with eighteen rooms designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Stanford White, the Herter Brothers, and Pottier & Stymus, among other prominent designers from the era—as well as the soaring Wade Thompson Drill Hall, an engineering feat in its time and one of the largest unobstructed spaces in the city today.
Designed Herzog & de Meuron, with Platt, Byard, Dovell, White Architects, LLP, serving as Executive Architect, the current $200-million renovation and restoration project enables Park Avenue Armory to support a range of visual and performing arts programming in advancement of its mission. The design plan embraces the history, craftsmanship, and the inherent contrast of the Armory’s spaces, from the exuberance of its period room interiors to the strength and confidence of its soaring drill hall.”
On November 2nd and 3rd, IIDA will be hosting their annual Unveiled Trade Show. They are looking for student volunteers to help run the event. They are looking for people to work in shifts from Noon-5pm and 5:15-730 at the Diamondbacks Practice Stadium for Spring Training, which is near the Talking Stick Casino. They are flexible with student schedules.
Want your renderings to look like this? ^^^ Attend the next Lunch and Learn!
A designer from iRendering, who is also an ASU graduate from the interior design program, will be giving a Photoshop lecture in CDS 330 on Tuesday, October 11th from 12 to 1. This is a GREAT opportunity for sophomores and freshmen who want to spruce up their renderings! See you there 🙂
Click here to RSVP!