Last night the WBA3 project won an honorary mention at CCA’s semi-annual Jury Prize, where it was commended for the clarity, consistency, and quality of its presentation. Congratulations to the team!
Here it is! Images of our final proposal for the CCA/ Wattis Entry installation. These are just some of the many renders, drawings, details, and models produced for our final studio critique today.
The night before our final studio review, and as a team we build our largest model yet to date! We worked late into the night, fueled by coffee, snacks, and “How I Met Your Mother.”
Please check out this short video describing our project!! We are about to launch a kickstarter page (I will add the link) where you can donate to help us realize our vision. Any help will be greatly appreciated and we can finally see all of our hard work pay off. We are currently in the final stretch of production for our final review on Saturday. We have the final design nailed down and are rendering, detailing, calculating budgets, figuring out feasibility and building models. Thank you all for your support!!!
Thanks to Jason, we now have a 1.5″:1′ model of the CCA/ Wattis entry court, for testing vantages (the perceptual collapses) and structural connections. And we have a glowing model – our almost-latest iteration – “like a beacon of light in our studio, the shining light at the end of the tunnel” according to resident humorist Kevin.
The orientation of the model in our studio matches its eventual orientation in the CCA/ Wattis entry court. We’re looking forward to a glowing installation!
6 days until our final review!! We’re getting close to our final design and are all working hard in studio making decisions, building models, sketching, computer modeling and analyzing structural data. Our vision is finally coming together, and we’re really excited to show off all of our hard work!!