2011 R+D Awards: Winner

2011 R+D Awards: Winner

"The ultimate product may be the pavilion, but Lee’s study focused more on examining different forms of representation that could take the place of a traditional construction drawing for the project. She settled on three: axonometric documentation, a sequence of instructional drawings, and a catalog of parts. In short, a new form of representation for a new era of design. "



18th August, 2011

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Katie Gerfen

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