11:00AM – 5:00PM
New Realities: Reenvisioning Everyday Architecture
The work by thirteen students in Aki Ishida’s Thesis Concentration Area examines and reenvisions the architecture of everyday, including housing, clinics, schools, and more. As the landscapes of domestic life, remote work, healthcare, and other social norms shift, how does architecture respond? Using the immersive visual/audio environment of the Cube at the Moss Arts Center as a means for design inquiry, the students will present animations on the 360-degree cyclorama and models mapped with digital images and videos.