WEIRD + WONDERFUL SKETCHES : LIZ

Continuing on our voyage through the hearts and minds of MIT’s architecture students, we enthusiastically present you with original works of genius from the sketchy collection of Elizabeth Gálvez! Liz is in the Core III (i.e. the last Core, yay!) studio wherein students are designing a fish market along the Boston Harbor.

WHO ARE YOU?!

Elizabeth Gálvez, 2nd year M.Arch student, lover of shawarma and good tequila.

WHAT IS THIS STUFF?!

“My project involves a continuous skin wrapped around two existing bars (piers). I sketched over an existing axon in order to work through formal iterations. It’s called FISH SKIN which, incidentally, was a term for condoms used in the 1920’s.”

COOL! WHY DO YOU LIKE IT?!

“Because it helped me achieve a goal! Duh!”

photo 1 (8) photo 3 (5)photo 2 (7)

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One comment

  1. […] the third of three Core studios in our sequence. Our day featured fishy-themed snacks related to our fish pier adaptation proposal, multi-media presentations (with four simultaneous projectors!), and giant models […]

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