Posts Tagged:materials

The Studio 62: Kids Don’t Try This at Home

by Tim Alatorre

Jason A Silva, AIA, LEEP AP, class of ’96 or ’97, Partner and Design Principal at Dreyfuss & Blackford, AIA California Council, Young Architects Forum Regional Liaison for Northern California. Need we say more?



The Studio 60: Balloons and Tinkers

by Tim Alatorre

Cooool MOW makes a debut on the show this week. We discuss flash mobs, Italy, falling ceilings, and more. The show this week may be a little shorter but we’ve packed in lots of architecture goodness for your listening pleasure!



The Studio 47: The Last Oral Party

by Tim Alatorre

The last CSE Oral exam is next week, computers are going to lock you out of your house, and protests on the Cal Poly Campus. Oh, and did we mention that Lego’s are now a viable construction material?



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?