Fourth-year architecture students present final projects

April 26th, 2013 Comments Off

Danielle Glass gets pointers from a guest juror.

Fourth-year architecture students were tasked this semester with designing a museum for the Howlin’ Wolf and Mississippi Black Prairie Blues to be located in/on/around the former McClure Furniture Store in downtown West Point. Included in the program are spaces for the West Point Arts Council, Incubators for economic community development and more.

The two sections of the Design IV-B studio, sponsored by Stion Corporation, ran concurrent final review sessions in the Jury Room (Professor Jane Greenwood’s studio) and the S|ARC Gallery (Professor Hans Herrmann’s studio).

 

Students have been working hard throughout the semester on their projects.

 

The School’s Advisory Board reviewed the students’ work in March and gave them tips to complete the projects.

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