hampton u.

November 22, 2011 § Leave a comment

I’m on vacation this week with family in Virginia this week, but managed to invite myself on to thesis reviews at Hampton yesterday.  Great stuff–their thesis projects focus on design research and included really insightful studies of social housing, education, energy-harvesting skyscrapers, and zombie-proof apartments.  That last one was a bit of a surprise, but I came away concerned that we are, as a whole, inadequately prepared for the coming zombie apocalypse.  Thanks to Shannon Chance, Carmina Sanchez-Del-Valle, and Wesley Henderson for a great afternoon, and to their students for some really thoughtful–and thought-provoking–projects…

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