We’re bringing you a new series this semester! Tiny Desk Interviews, à la NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, will give you a brief glimpse into the studio spaces of MIT architecture students. These are the desks at which we eat, sleep, keep toothbrushes for all-nighters, glue ourselves to our models, cry, laugh, and have private dance parties, so it seems fitting to give them some attention.
To kick us off, here is my next door studio neighbor, Jess P.!
Granada: Design with History
What’s on your desk?
1. Photos: “Analyzing the relationship between topography and street layout in Granada, Spain.”
2. Gold notebooks: “I have a new obsession with gold. Shiny things, really.”
3. Three pairs of shoes: “You just never know what shoes you’re going to need in studio.”
“My new desk mug”
“I’m impressed with your professionalism.”