106th ACSA Annual Meeting Proceedings, The Ethical Imperative

Architecture as Performing Art: Puddin' and the Grumble

Annual Meeting Proceedings

Author(s): Peter Olshavsky

Architecture as a performing art was the focus of a second-year architecture studio project that enabled students to design, construct 1:1 prototypes, and fabricate inflatable elements for a play: Puddin’ and the Grumble. The project was an interdisciplinary collaboration that situated beginning design students in a creatively risky setting at the junction of introductory architectural knowledge, knowledge creation (research), and multiple communities beyond the traditional design studio.

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Amir Ameri & Rebecca O'Neal Dagg