Monthly Archives: September 2010

Discussion 9-21-10

Morven 1940 The edges in this photo are thin near the top, maybe a line of trees to  separate the patches, but mostly it looks like boundaries of dirt paths or small roads separate the patches abruptly from one another. … Continue reading

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Discussion Assignment 9-14-10

I did two drawings to show different aspects of the section. I think what amazed me was the twenty degree difference between shade and direct sunlight that happened both on grass and concrete/asphalt. As you move further away from the … Continue reading

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Reading Response-9/14/10

In A Manual for Ecological Design, Yeang explains many factors designers have to consider in constructing a renewable and ecological structure. He starts off by a devastating fact, that “although humans account for only one quarter of the 1 percent of the … Continue reading

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Reading Response – 9/7/10

I found it interesting in the Thinking of Systems section on leverage points, the most important was transcending paradigms. The way the book is laid out seems very well structured with a set of defined rules and terms. However, Meadows … Continue reading

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Assignment #1-Pre-Assessment Chesapeake Bay Game

Name  __Lauren Wilson__________________UVA Email:__lmw8n@virginia.edu_____________________ Course Instructor William Sherman______ TA (If applicable)__Joel Trantham____ Please mark the appropriate sentence that describes your experience with the UVA Bay Game. ____ I have played the UVA Bay Game before.  Number of times_______________ __X__ I … Continue reading

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Discussion Drawing from 8/31/10

In the first discussion meeting, we were asked to diagram the Architecture School system and that system’s purpose. My group started by listing the people that contribute to the Architecture School. These include not only the undergraduate and graduate students, … Continue reading

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