Yesterday, M.Arch students led by Associate Professor Kay Edge and Assistant Professor Deidre Regan displayed wire investigations studying the idea of “one-to-many”. The students were instructed to build three models using wire with given constraints; one needed to exhibit structure, the second needed to be hanging or inverted, and the third needed to exhibit a transformation of some kind.

During Pin-up, All students were engaged in active discussions with their peers about the work. Talks revolved around how each model responded to the prompts, with both professors and students having a meaningful back-and-forth dialogue.