Author Archives: Abigail C.

An Exploration in Stained Glass- Youtube Video

Here is the link to my Youtube video on Stained Glass. Enjoy! An Exploration on Stained Glass  

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Black Mountain

After our lecture on John Cage and hearing the words “Black Mountain” being thrown around, I sought to find out what Black Mountain actually was. The school was founded in Black Mountain, North Carolina in 1933 and focused on both … Continue reading

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Iteration in Letter Posters

As our recent project on typography is drawing to a close, I look back at the journey as one I wish to see repeated in my future projects. As each step of the project was assigned, I began to realize … Continue reading

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They Were Wrong

On Monday, February 25, several students and I went to a presentation at the Career Fair called “Design for the workplace well-being – beyond fitness centers and ergonomics.” In this presentation, Kay Sargent (Teknion: VP Architecture, Design, and Workplace Strategies) … Continue reading

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Software in Interior Design

In October when the interior design group took a trip to Washington D.C., the subject of software and rendering came up. As we walked through Gensler’s never ending hallway of projects, I was amazed at the effects and realism that … Continue reading

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Portfolio Link

You can view my online portfolio here

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Things I Would Change

Looking back, there are several things I’d like to challenge myself to improve on next semester. I’m writing them out now so I can keep them in mind for later and in case you guys wanted to challenge yourself with … Continue reading

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Belvedere Gardens

One of the highlights of the semester for me was our trip to Belvedere Gardens. As I said during class afterwards, cemeteries usually freak me out, but this one was different. We were told it was modeled after European mausoleums … Continue reading

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Multi-tasking

Ever since the lecture on multi-tasking last Wednesday, I’ve really examined what my habits are while I’m working. If I’m doing a mundane, repetitious task, I’ll usually turn on a tv show, but any other time I almost always have … Continue reading

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Christmas Cheer

Do Christmas decorations affect your mood? Honestly, seeing my dorm suite full of lights, candy canes, snowmen, and more of the general holiday additives always makes my mood a little better. It’s the same situation with our corner in studio, … Continue reading

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