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2019 Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - Progress

By Madi Visser, Semester Program Teaching Assistant
Written by Atreyu Sutton - Having little experience in the architectural world I fell victim to the design process, an inevitable operation unlike any other. I quickly learned this process is compiled with ideas, opinions, and constant new plans traveling in unpredictable loops, forcing one to make choices. This past week pushed me to...

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2019 Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - A Week in the Life

By Madi Visser, Semester Program Teaching Assistant
Written by Emma Semenuk Scott - A Week in the Life of a Yestermester Kiddo   Friday:  We ventured out on a walking tour of the famed Prickly Mountain properties lead by our beloved instructor Britton and accompanied by the Woodworking Certificate students and a few interns.  It was especially...

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2019 Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - A Glimpse of Our Days

By Madi Visser, Semester Program Teaching Assistant
      Written by Sawyer Cunningham - The changing of the seasons brings with it colder and colder mornings. Madi comes to breakfast wrapped in layers of jackets to make it through her short walk from the chalet. Students emerge weary eyed from their dorms or cars and we begin our half controlled stumble through the process...

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2019 Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - Parti

By Madi Visser, Semester Program Teaching Assistant
Written by Lily Hammerling - Week 5 of our design build semester and everything is in full swing. We spent the last week finalizing our drawings for the Design and Review Board (DRB) of Waitsfield. This consisted of a lot of discussions, practice drawings, and revisiting the concept of our building par ti. What is a parti you ask? Not a late...

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2019 Semester in Sustainable Design/Build - What is in Our Pockets?

By Madi Visser, Semester Program Teaching Assistant
Written by Aanika Ruutopold - Last Sunday afternoon, I stepped out onto Yestermorrow campus and I could just smell fall. It’s something so hard to describe, but I knew it instantly that day. You could see the edges of the trees begin to blur to reds and browns, and the morning chill seemed to settle in for longer hours.  In...

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