Out Loud  / Cal Poly architecture

Written by Amy Strickland nine months ago

Cal Poly’s Geodesic Dome: Then and Now

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This post was written by Amy Strickland (ME ’15), a student assistant in Special Collections and Archives. This summer I worked on several projects in Special Collections and Archives, including scanning all the aerial photographs of campus in the University Archives Photograph

Written by Karen Lauritsen two years ago

The Cielo Project: Inspiration

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Look up this summer and daydream! The Cielo Project is a ceiling sculpture by Jeff Ponitz, assistant professor of architecture at Cal Poly, to be installed this summer near Julian’s Patisserie in Kennedy Library. Cielo is both a beautiful and

Written by Victoria Billings two years ago

Julia Morgan’s legacy lives on in Cal Poly architecture students

A cardboard model of a visitor's center with glass doors that swing upward to open.

A tiny city sprung up almost overnight this January in Kennedy Library’s 1st Floor Gallery, thanks to the work of 2nd year architecture students. The city, or rather, models of buildings all inspired by architect Julia Morgan, was the result

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