“Temperature” seeks reflections:
On the temperature of our school,
On the temperature of our architecture,
On the temperature of our profession,
On the temperature of our planet.
Allowing for the multiplicitous interpretation of temperatures, both literal and figurative, we acknowledge that architecture has the power alter political and emotional climates, as well as the physical climates that surround it. This issue is a provocation to measure the education, practice, and temporality of our architecture.
- Nicole Doan, A Letter to the Curriculum Committee
- Abena Bonna, Do We Need Air Conditioners?
- Page Comeaux, Getting Warmer: Higher Degrees of Student Agency
- Hamzah Ahmed, Recollections of Semester One
- Jeffrey Liu, Rudolph Hall Weather Report: A Psycho-Architectural Survey
- Rhea Schmid, Temperature Check: Cultural Shift
- Sarah Weiss, Image, Itself: A Mirage
- On the Ground
Published on January 10, 2019