Sci-ARC Installation

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[Image: 1A Class Installation]

The 1A class at Sci-ARC recently [December 10, 2007] completed an installation for the main entrance using laminar flow. Professors: Andy ku, Jenny Wu, Marcos Sanchez.

Posted: December 19th, 2007
at 7:00am by orangemenace


Categories: architecture,installation,student

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  1. However cool I’d describe that as a turbulent, nonlaminar flow.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laminar_flow

    Denver Urbanite

    20 Dec 07 at 11:04 am

     

  2. Well, I appreciate your pointing that out…to be honest, I copied all that text right off Archinect, assuming that someone from Sci-ARC had posted the image text there and knew what they we talking about.

    Nice blog, by the way.

    orangemenace

    20 Dec 07 at 9:23 pm

     

  3. the SCI-arch stuff is prety cool. the table on their website is sick.

    Mark Anthony

    22 Dec 07 at 8:16 pm

     

  4. an example of how ridiculously framed many projects are now-a-days
    (about that CHUB table that Mark Anthony is talking about):
    “the table engages the broad social and cultural demands of the school by behaving as an infrastructural organism that can respond to a range of formal and informal events”

    phi

    24 Dec 07 at 7:29 pm

     

  5. NO you idiot. that’s not a turbulent flow, is laminar flow. get a better dictionary!

    BECKYa

    29 Dec 07 at 3:25 am

     

  6. Wow BECKYa, way to be tossing names around. So do you feel better now, after calling someone an idiot? Are you smarter? Cooler? Feel better about yourself? Naw, I didn’t think so.

    orangemenace

    29 Dec 07 at 5:32 pm

     

  7. maybe becky has some invested intrest and is emotionally connected to it some how although i feel she missed what the person was saying if your going to call it anything it should be responsive in an organic nature that is represented both vertically and horizontally.

    this guy

    19 May 08 at 7:05 pm

     


 

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