During these two years, the program begins in August and is a two year academic program.
Justin here, thought I would provide a brief update on why this project has ended up relatively quiet two years on. We made an attempt to bring this story to life in a beautiful coffee table book designed by the incredibly talented Missy Austin, but our Kickstarter campaign was unsuccessful.
We still consider the possibility of doing an ultra-limited-edition run of books, but that may not happen for another year or two.
Moving forward with life, Hank has departed the Midwest to pursue his architecture career while I have returned to the Midwest to work at a tech startup based in Minneapolis called Vidku. So for my Masters Final Project I decided to buy a school bus and convert it into a tiny living space.
This was only possible because I was fortunate enough to have an instructor, Adam Marcuswho encourages working at full scale, and allowed me take on business plan for school bus an ambitious and unorthodox project. The majority of the work was completed in 15 weeks, just in time for my final review although the first seven weeks were almost entirely design and prototyping, with the bulk of the construction completed in the last month and a half of the semester.
I also thought it was important to demonstrate the value of full scale iteration in architectural education. This project was a way to show how building a small structure with simple detailing can be more valuable than drawing a complex project that is theoretical and poorly understood.
I think we need more making in architecture! This gallery elaborates on how the space is organized to create an environment that is comfortable, functional, and flexible. The even spacing of the window bays allow for the volume to be broken down into modular units of 28 inches square, leaving an aisle that is also 28 inches wide.
The modular units are then grouped to create four primary zones: Bathroom, Kitchen, Seating, and Sleeping. One of the primary goals during the design phase was to develop a living space in sqft that is as open and un-restricting as possible.
In order to accomplish this, I set self-imposed guidelines that eliminated any furniture or structure above the bottom edge of the window. This allows the space to remain continuous, and maintains clear sight-lines from one end of the space to the other, even while seated.
In order to accomplish this I developed a thin wall system integrating structure, insulation, electrical, lighting, and facing, leaving the interior open for occupation. The ceiling is covered in plywood flexed by compression, and the floor is reclaimed gym flooring, complete with 3-point line.
The windows also contribute greatly to the open feeling in such a small space. Many bus conversions cover a majority of the windows to aid in privacy and insulation.
This results in a dramatic reduction in natural lighting and obscures the fantastic panoramic views, not to mention compromising the embedded energy of the windows already in place.
In order to mitigate issues of privacy and insulation, drop-down translucent insulation panels were built into the lower walls, and can be raised into place with the aid of magnets.
Additionally, two skylights are placed where emergency hatches once sat, bringing a fantastic amount of light into the space.Led by expert faculty with outstanding academic, business and research credentials Longwood's College of Business and Economics follows seven values, named Citizen 7, to guide activities and achieve our mission.
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