PHD Study Lounge
Studio 6477 was an elective graduate studio that combined re-design and fabrication efforts of an important room in the UC School of Architecture and Interior Design primarily through millwork / furniture content in one semester, offering depth and focus through a “design-build” process. The goal was to transform room 6477 (DAAP) into a student lounge, study and seminar room for SAID PhD students. Students utilized steel, wood, composite woods, leather and homasote. Built elements included a table, storage, wall surfaces for pin-ups and benches. The room functions as a quiet place for several PhD students to study, read, talk, think, and write, alone or in small groups.
School of Architecture and Interior Design Jim Postell
School of Planning
College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning at UC room 6477
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