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The Design-Build Studio

Crafting Meaningful Work in Architecture Education

Edited by Tolya Stonorov

© 2018 – Routledge

270 pages | 156 Color Illus.

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Description

The Design-Build Studio examines sixteen international community driven design-build case studies through process and product, with preceding chapters on community involvement, digital and handcraft methodologies and a graphic Time Map. Together these projects serve as a field guide to the current trends in academic design-build studios, a window into the different processes and methodologies being taught and realized today. Design-build supports the idea that building, making and designing are intrinsic to each other: knowledge of one strengthens and informs the expression of the other. Hands-on learning through the act of building what you design translates theories and ideas into real world experience. The work chronicled in this book reveals how this type of applied knowledge grounds us in the physicality of the world in which we live.

Table of Contents

List of Contributors

Foreword

Adam Hopfner

Acknowledgments

Introduction

Tolya Stonorov

1 Time Map: Graphic History of the Academic Design-Build

Studio Case Studies

Tolya Stonorov and Danny Sagan, with drawings by Tolya Stonorov

2 The Future of Community Engagement

José Galarza

3 Manifesto for Handwork: Quality, Material, and Ideas

Daniel Wheeler

4 Manifesto for Digital Fabrication: Control, Craft, and Agency

Adam Marcus

5 Case Studies: Fast Build – Less than One Semester Programs

5A Urban Farm Supershed, Neighborhood Design/Build Studio

Steve Badanes, University of Washington; Seattle, WA

5B IDA 1, 2, 3, 4: Island Design Assembly

Stephen Kredell and John McLeod, McLeod Kredell Architects, Middlebury, VT, and Jonathan Marvel, Marvel Architects, New York, NY

5C Learn-Move-Play-Ground 1, 2, 3: baladilab

Vittoria Capresi and Barbara Pampe, German University in Cairo; Cairo, Egypt

5D Skate Spot, DownCity Design

Adrienne Gagnon and Manuel Cordero Alvarado; Providence, RI

5E Sanatorija, Building Works Unit

Thomas Randall-Page and Theodore Molloy, Riga Technical University; Cēsis, Latvia

5F Construction Week 2014, University of East London

Danny Sagan, Norwich University; Northfield, VT

6 Case Studies: Build – Semester-Long Programs

6A Liina Shelter, Wood Program

Pekka Heikkinen and Philip Tidwell, Aalto University; Helsinki, Finland

6B Cloud Nine Farm Shed, Remote Studio

Lori Ryker, Artemis Institute; Bozeman, Montana

6C The Archistream, 802 LAB

Tolya Stonorov with comments by Aron Temkin, Norwich University, School of Architecture + Art; Northfield, VT

6D Wakathuni Early Learning Center, Bower Studio

Dr. David O’Brien, University of Melbourne’s School of Design; Melbourne, Australia

7 Case Studies: Long Build – Semester-Plus Programs

7A Galileo’s Pavilion, Studio 804

Dan Rockhill, University of Kansas; Lawrence, KS

7B Grow Dat Youth Farm, Tulane City Center

Emilie Taylor Welty and Scott Bernhard, Tulane School of Architecture; New Orleans, LA

7C A Jam Manufactory for Naxií, CoCoon-Studio

Ursula Hartig and Nina Pawlicki, Technische Universität Berlin; Berlin, Germany

7D Play Perch

Sinéad Mac Namara and Larry Bowne, Syracuse University School of Architecture; Syracuse, NY

7E Mexican Water Cabins, DesignBuildBLUFF

Erik Sommerfeld, University of Colorado Denver; Colorado

7F 3 Houses, 3 Years, Jim Vlock First Year Building Project

Alan Organschi, Yale School of Architecture; New Haven, CT

Conclusion

Tolya Stonorov

List of Image Credits

Bibliography

Index

About the Editor

Tolya Stonorov is a registered architect, Assistant Professor at Norwich University, Vermont, and co-founder of Stonorov Workshop, an architecture and building collaborative. She received an MArch from the University of California, Berkeley, and has practiced design-build since 2006. Among other honors, Stonorov was awarded the 2016 Vermont Women in Higher Education Peggy R. Williams Emerging Professional Award; her work has been widely published.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ARC000000
ARCHITECTURE / General
ARC004000
ARCHITECTURE / Design, Drafting, Drawing & Presentation
ARC009000
ARCHITECTURE / Methods & Materials
ARC013000
ARCHITECTURE / Study & Teaching
ARC018000
ARCHITECTURE / Sustainability & Green Design