Monday Minute, January 31, 2011
In my last Monday Minute, I outlined how we might absorb future budget cuts by growing tuition revenue, although how much depends, in part, upon how many courses our students take in this college versus others. There are many pedagogical reasons for our students to take non-CDES classes. However, we have had a negative balance of trade in recent years, with more of ... Read more
Programmatically the factory spaces are divided into two - the factory floor recedes into the terrain to minimize its presence to the adjacent residential neighborhood, while the administrative offices extend into a narrow tower running parallel to the adjacent highway. The façade of the tower is a series of vertical slats of varying depth that simultaneously buffer the tower from the activity of the highway and expose narrow views into the building as the vehicle passenger's viewpoint changes. Pedestrian paths slice through the factory connecting the city across the narrow industrialized site.