Category Archives: Fay Jones School of Architecture

Field Notes: Annie Fulton, A Case Study in California

Annie Fulton recently graduated with a B.S. in architectural studies with minors in environmental, soil and water science and geography. For her honors thesis Annie studied the redevelopment of two industrial shipping sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her … Continue reading

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Finished!

The study abroad program has officially ended, but I haven’t blogged since Rome! Here are a few images from the Rome studio project mentioned in previous blogs. Jumping from place to place and a general lack of free wireless has … Continue reading

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Romeing

My feet hurt! The sun is hot, and I feel like a tourist. For the previous 5 days we toured practically all of ancient and middle ageĀ Rome. Many, many unbelievable sites all inundated by tour groups andĀ Germans on holiday. I … Continue reading

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Ready for takeoff!

  The bags are packed and I’m ready to go. I’m giving the blog a quick test-run so that uploading photos and scans of drawings will be easy once overseas. I have decided not to take a computer of my … Continue reading

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