Friday, February 29, 2008
Michael have been giving me the sheets that he writes while talking to you guys and told me to add on to them. Being a diagram and note taking genious i am!, I have been staring at them and suddenly my light bulb blinked and I grabbed the red pencil I found among the pile of stuff in my office and drew millions of people on his diagrams, calling attention to the issue of; no matter what you do with your projects, people should come first and a lots of them. This is the purpose of my intervention.
Posted by Orhan Ayyüce at 11:17 AM
Thursday, February 28, 2008
East Los Angeles Gold Line Extension
-Gold Line Future Map
Cross Road: E. 3rd Street x Atlantic Ave.
Student: Hao-yun Chuang
Posted by Orhan Ayyüce at 8:12 AM
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
The diagram at the left describes the organization of the program for the lowrider institute. It diagrams the communal tree which depicts the occupany of the spaces. The red circle are for the Central American students from the neighborhood who are the primary occupants of the institute. The dark-gray circles are for other institute affiliates and people from the downtown area. The light-gray are for the Korean American immgrants from Koreantown who visit the auto museum inside the institute.
The images at the right describe different aspects of lowrider autos. The top image describes the incredible painted designs on the shell of the cars. The middle image shows an image of the interior of a lowrider with customized sound systems and seat covers. The bottom image depicts the hydraulic systems of lowriders and how they allow the cars to tilt in different ways.
- Leon Wang
Posted by Orhan Ayyüce at 3:10 PM
Monday, February 25, 2008
Sci arc Mediascapes studio - FOGBANK, made an appearance on Archinect last week. Opening studio projects for public view and commentary. I have commented and will continue to do so.
I am bringing up here as some of you are also interested in exploring the city based on terms of personal relationships. Definitely worth of including into resarch part of your projects, if not to see what some of your schoolmates are doing.
Posted by Orhan Ayyüce at 11:19 AM