In Create, an Honors course that emphasized transdisciplinary research and design, I teamed with a group of two architecture, one business, and one computer science student for a semester-long project.
We wanted to create something that would improve the lives of Blacksburg residents, as well as bridge the gap between social groups that do not usually interact with each other.
I came up with the concept of a physical forum in Blacksburg to bring people together through some kind of artistic expression. We called this physical forum "The Wall," and decided that it would boast four means of expression: chalk, wheat paste flyers, graffiti and an interactive map.
Pictured here is the proposal book I designed. I also designed the Collective Blacksburg logo pictured on the front of the book.
"The Wall" required intense collaboration between team members. I designed a timeline to visually depict our process from start to finish.