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August 5, 2009

We took our box as far as we could, currently wrapped in tarps, hidden from the world (“the beast” from The Sandlot). The prototype has gone through all types of weather. From hail to international feet to rocking the roof, we have seen our test box last.

While somewhat surviving the rain, we continue with the interiors. Electrical team picked up a friend, Dave, to look over shoulders.

The glass was a great heart felt joy.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Amanda Gann permalink
    August 9, 2009 12:32 am

    I accidently left without giving you my sketchbook so I will email you a link to the calendar I put together. I will try and scan my sketches and give those to you. Also there are a few sketches done in the materials library that you can use that I drew. Thank you so much for everything! Tell the rest of the professors and Neil and Amy I said thank you too! I learned an amazing amount during the duration of this class and I am sure it will further my study of architecture in the future. I should have the calendar sent to you by tomorrow. Have a great rest of the summer!
    Amanda Gann

  2. Amanda Gann permalink
    August 9, 2009 12:49 am

    Some of this is a rough estimation but I hope that you know how dedicated to this I really am! I also would like to be a part of this in the fall! I am an ambassador and I am taking 18 hours but I am sure I will have time to take part in this Amazing event! Thanks again for everything! See you in a couple weeks!

    Amanda Gann

    Here is the link to the calendar. – –

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