Architects Append Awkward Addition to Avery
Written by Bwog Staff
Bwog could not help but notice architecture students toiling in the spartan studios of Buell Hall in the early morning hours last week on something very much like this vaguely geodesic sculpture, which has now managed to find its way to the puny lawn in front of Avery. Is it someone’s desperate attempt to stand out during midterms? A piece of cultural commentary on landscaping invoking skeletal meta-shrubbery? Or does it mark the potential return of former arch school dean Bernard Tschumi, who designed the almost equally deconstructivist Lerner Hall and whose books include notoriously impenetrable philosophical diatribes on the nature of “man and object”?
Perhaps we will only understand once we, too, swallow architecture students’ patented nightly melange of Adderall and Red Bull and wander their still-crowded studios at 4:30AM…