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Post by Brian Hedberg, BA 2011, University of Wisconsin - Madison Friday, March 16th, 2012 [caption id="attachment_2433" align="aligncenter" width="150"] Me and Paul skinning[/caption] Day 6. The last "official day. With an impending deadline and a project that looked far from finished, we decided to get up early Friday...

Post by Omar Davis, Masters of Landscape Architecture 2014, Harvard University Thursday, March 15, 2012 Thursday morning we were still feeling quite behind on our progress. The second floor was nearly finished but the third floor didn’t exist. The tunnel was cemented together but required the coverage...

Post by Cyrus Rivetna, BSAS, University of Illinois and MArch candidate, Lawrence Technological University Tuesday, March 13, 2012 - On-site construction. We started the day with an excellent fresh omelot and Oaxacan cheese cooked fresh for us at the hostel.  When we arrived at the site, we...

During our second design/build workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico this coming March, our team of RAW students will have a mere 6 days (72 hours to be precise!) to design and build a complete project.  To be successful (and we will), a lot of planning and collaboration...

Monday, July 25, 2011 [gallery columns="2" orderby="title"] Corrugated metal is hard to cut. We also found out that we didn’t build in enough reveals. To take away the glare and age the metal, we painted the steel with Muriatic Acid, which ate right through the sponges. It...

Sunday, July 24, 2011 [gallery columns="2"] Only 2 full work days left! Today we know our challenges, and we set to work. I’m “traded” to the gathering space team once again. We all rotate teams twice. This allows the opportunity for people to share thoughts, designs, and...