Author Archives: Retemyer
This past Wednesday’s presentation was great. It reminded me of the opportunities for the future….specifically for architects to meet the coming challenge of climate change with optimism. For my own personal stance, the challenge would be to balance the ability … Continue reading
* Brief description of the drawing, ( definition, scale, what it is supposed to convey, etc.) * Personal views (survey experiences, why I chose to do a particular drawing, etc.) *(Resilient) Aperture protection solution….(its basic design, possible variations, etc.)
Professor Montgomery….please use the the link below to access my submission of the “speed draft” assignment…..thanks..
Rather poignant…,… especially after yesterday’s lecture… http://news.yahoo.com/will-new-york-city%E2%80%99s-new-mayor-guard-the-city-against-climate-change–144208652.html
Clearly, the task of designing anything of any kind is made lighter by keen observation. In order to properly “mark out/layout” the plan for anything of permanence, careful consideration of all of the “moving parts” has proven to be paramount. … Continue reading
Prof. Montgomery…, ..thank you….much regard for that …well needed …
Professor Montgomery: Please use the link below to view my initial drawing rendition… https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/sheathretemyer-eportfolio/2013/09/11/initial-drawing/