Arts, again, hit our main site as we look at sustainable future through a very creative prism.
More than 100 thesis projects, which address a variety of current events and global concerns including sustainability and immigration, were on display in varying mediums.
The NewSchool of Architecture & Design (NewSchool), an awarded architecture and design institution located in downtown San Diego’s East Village design district, was proud to host its’ Graduate Showcase (GradShow) that took place on Friday, June 23, 20. The event was held on the NewSchool campus, located in San Diego, CA, it featured more than 100 thesis projects from graduating undergraduate and graduate students. These projects, focused on human-centered design and recommendations for healthy, sustainable spaces, span the disciplines of architecture, construction management, media and product design, and interior architecture and design, and will feature large-scale renderings, models and digital media.
As art is inspired by society and culture, the 2017 thesis projects address a variety of current events and global concerns including sustainability, immigration, and political expression. Additionally, many student projects are inspired by and focus on local San Diego buildings and spaces, such as the area surrounding the Qualcomm Stadium, but also span across the U.S. and globally to countries such as Kenya, Jordan, Iran, Bangladesh, Saudi Arabia and the Philippines....more at renwablenownetwork.com