In an earlier Speaking of Architecture post Joe Biondo spoke about the module and structural form at Lafayette College’s Williams Visual Arts Building. He spoke about a small intervention in the project, saying, “We thought the opening needed more of an experience and would resemble a tear in the layer of brick. More importantly, the opening would happen without any conventional structural support.”
Archidose #632 highlights that intervention to the Williams Visual Arts Building. To document the project, which has been part of a 10-year relationship with Lafayette, we embarked on our first full “architectural iphoneography” photo shoot in collaboration with Vicki Liantonio of Piccolo Takes All. There will be more to come on this, and we’re thrilled that A Daily Dose of Architecture featured this moment. These four simple images convey so much about our architectural and photographic process.
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