Perry Lakes Park Covered Bridge - Rural Studio
Seeking to open the under-explored east side of the park to pedestrian visitors, a bridge was deemed necessary to span a creek. The resulting covered bridge comprises three steel and wood triangular sections: the outer two sections supporting the central section. When joined together, and covered with salvaged tin, the 3 sections create one long… Read More →
Thinnings Bridge - Rural Studio
This project is furthering the previous two years of Thinnings research. Half of all harvested wood is too small to be used for lumber and is instead used for paper and other pulpwood. The world as we know it is currently headed towards a paperless society. If this is half of our resource, we need… Read More →
Public interest architecture.
If you couldn’t already tell by the diversity of the tag cloud down on the right, I have a pretty wide range of interests (even within the single category of design). If you ask me which one …
Supershed - Rural Studio
The Supershed is a superstructure of railroad timbers that serves as a front porch and “street” for the pods that it shelters. It was originally conceived as something of an academic village where students sleep and eat. In efforts to ensure the Rural Studio’s student capacity, thesis students designed and built the Supershed on the… Read More →
Can These $20,000 Houses Save the American Dream?
Rural Studio, the celebrated undergraduate program of the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture at Auburn University, has been ed ...
"Snakebit" by an Architect: A Houston Filmmaker's Tribute
If the looks of things at the MFAH Tuesday night were any indication, late architect Samuel Mockbee's prodigious facial hair is contagious--at least judging by the production team for the documentary Citizen Architect: Samuel Mockbee and the Spirit of the Rural Studio, which screened at the MFAH in conjunction with...
Gallery of The Best Student Work Worldwide: ArchDaily Readers Show Us their Studio Projects - 96
Image 96 of 152 from gallery of The Best Student Work Worldwide: ArchDaily Readers Show Us their Studio Projects. Photograph by Mike Sinclair