Archive for: July, 2010

The Studio 29: Shout-Out to Stephanie!

by Tim Alatorre

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Nicholas Williams, B’Arch ’06, CM minor, M’Arch, and owner of nicholas WILLIAMS; develop + design + build talks about his latest projects and why he doesn’t have a desire to get his Architect’s license.

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sloArch Reports: Gallery Lab 40 Year Reunion

by Tim Alatorre

It was 1970, the United Sates invaded Cambodia, the Beatles disbanded, and 14 Cal Poly Architecture students flooded building 21’s courtyard. Cal Poly Architecture was very different in 1970.  The College of Architecture and Environmental Design was still two years away from being officially organized and the School of Architecture was headed by George Hasslein, latter he…



Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-07-11

by Tim Alatorre

De Vaul thumbs his nose at building code, ordered to clean out homeless at SLO County ranch http://dlvr.it/2Gz1j via @slonews # Link: Early accessibility law were arbitrary at best. http://bit.ly/azhwrm # Recording now with Greg Wynn, Cal Poly lecturer, tune in and asj questions at http://live.sloarch.com http://fb.me/AaL4NpnE # RT @GeekStats: In 2009, buildings consumed 72%…



The Studio 28: Disconnected

by Tim Alatorre

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Greg Wynn, Architect, Cal Poly Lecturer and Cal Poly Alumni teaches us a lot! We discuss how to be a successful Architect, Greg’s theory on life and throw in a story about Dean George Hasslein for good measure. We also talk about the alumni NAAB survey and saving La Sagrada Familia!

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Materials: Thank You, Wood

by Tim Alatorre

Thank You, Wood from Giant Ant Media on Vimeo. Wood is probably one of the most versatile building materials.  We use it in every project: trusses, casework, furniture, plywood, paper, and cardboard.  When is the last time you said thank you to such an amazing, useful, beautiful, and renewable resource?