Design Team Meeting
Sun, Aug 29 @ 7-8pm
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How to join the Design Team
Join at any design team meeting
Zoom Meeting Recordings
Week 1 - Sunday, Aug 8, 2021 / Orientation
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Week 2 - Sunday, Aug 15, 2021 / Introductions, concept formation.
Watch Zoom Recording (01:04:53)
Week 3 - Sunday, Aug 22 / Site/context research. Site model in-hand.
Watch Zoom Recording (01:03:37)
Week 4 - Aug 29 / Consensus on design concept. Start 3D modeling/distribute output tasks.
Week 5 - Week of Sept 5 / Finish 3D modeling, progress check on drawings/animation assets.
Week 6 - Week of Sept 12 / Complete drawings, setup animations.
Week 7 - Week of Sept 19 / Finalize video editing.
Week 8 - Week of Sept 26 / Finalize presentation for submission. (Due on Oct 2)
NOMAS and NOMA are a group of national organizations independent from AIAS with a separate membership, yet both chapters often collaborate on campus and include LTU students as members of both.
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from previous competitions.
The National Organization of Minority Architects has been organized to:
Foster communications and fellowship among minority architects.
Form a federation of existing and proposed local minority architectural groups.
Fight Discrimination and other selection policies being used by public and private sector clients to unfairly restrict minority architects’ participation in design and construction.
Act as a clearing house for information and maintain a roster on practitioners.
Promote the design and development of living, working, and recreational environments of the community.
Create and maintain relationships with other professionals and technicians whose work affects the physical and social environment.
Encourage the establishment of coalitions of member firms and individuals to form associate and joint venture relationships.
Speak with a common voice on public policy.
Work with local, state, and national governments on issues affecting the physical development of neighborhoods and communities.
Be an effective source of motivation and inspiration for minority youth.