Monday, May 22, 2017
Architecture Students Wow Connecticut Science Center
AET 485 students presented their final projects at the Connecticut Science Center on Friday, May 5. The four students were asked to design supergraphic proposals for the Connecticut Science Center. The students had met with the CT Science Center Marketing Director and the Exhibit Director, Tracy Shirer and Richard Thomas, to discuss the needs of the Center prior to the design process.
AET 485:Graphic Applications for Architecture is designed to have the students explore the historical roots of contemporary architectural thought and the possible future directions of the profession. The students have implemented the skills they learned during the course in their design proposals with attention to the needs expressed by the directors of the Center.
The Connecticut Science Center Marketing Director and the Exhibit Director were both present for the reviews, along with other Science Center staff.
Overall, the feedback to the students was gratifying. “They were very impressed with the work the students have accomplished, and will take inspiration from it," Adjunct Instructor Julie Chen, the course’s instructor, commented.
CETA is undeniably proud of the hard work our students have put together and would like to congratulate them on their success!
UNOTES - 5/22/17