Thirty-eight seniors design, plan and construct cement structures in 10 weeks, taking what they learned in the classroom to the field.
Cal Poly architectural engineering and liberal studies students teamed up to teach local 5th graders about what they do, and it all led up to a beach day where the students designed and built their own sandcastles.
All the majors Cal Poly requested to go over 180 units were approved.
College of Architecture and Environmental Design dean Christine Theodoropoulos is meeting with administrators to discuss removing or renovating some of the “Architecture Graveyard” buildings.
These projects, though they may seem abstract, are all part of easing architecture students into looking at larger and more complex sites.