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The Meridian District

School of Design, Graduate Interior Design Student: Kaelee HelmsFaculty: Sheryl Kasak Unusual translucent and amorphous forms curate curiosity and distraction. These shapes illuminate light and…

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ARCH: Water Pore

ARCH: Water Pore

School of Architecture, Graduate Architecture and Urban Design Student: Luz Wallace We rethink many elements in architecture, the facade, the living program but we have yet…

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Layering the Third Place

Layering the Third Place

School of Architecture, Undergraduate Architecture Students: Ziyu Chen, Owen Spangler Faculty: Reese Campbell This project is oriented within the larger theory surrounding the ideal communal…

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(02) 10% of food waste happens at stores, and 42% happens in the home. Confusion over
labeling plays a big role.
(03) This smart cap changes color due to VOC emission when milk spoils, reducing waste due to
confusion over expiration dates.
(04) This reusable at-home bottle changes color when milk pH changes, revealing a message
when milk starts to spoil.
(05) This cap can be used with any standard milk bottle, and changes color when VOCs are
emitted by spoiled milk.
(06) To educate children about milk waste, this home science experiment to produce bioplastic
from milk can be printed on packaging.

Don’t Cry Over Spoiled Milk: Interventions to Reduce Milk Waste

School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Sustainable Design Certificate Program Student: Elizabeth Lee Faculty: Danielle Trofe Dairy is one of the most frequently wasted food…

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Inspired by blood flow patterns that help animals cool themselves, this cape increases temperature differential in the vascularized neck area.

The Cool Cape: A Nature-Inspired Wearable Water Bottle That Cools You Down

School of Continuing and Professional Studies, Sustainable Design Certificate Program Student: Elizabeth Lee Faculty: Tetsu Ohara Increasingly frequent heatwaves put many at risk of heat-related…

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We aim to initially set up 4 RVMs in subway stations. Each unit could collect 250 to 300 bottles and cans.

Redefining Recycling: Effortless

School of Art, Design Management Students: Irma Barrera, Gibum You, Saul Marquez – Vitela, Tenzing Chonzom Faculty: Rachel Starobinsky, Yutaka Takiura There is an abundance…

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This is the prototype for our website and how it will look .

The Phoenix

School of Art, Design Management Students: Jackie Scarangella, Tad Barker, Jimin Hwang, Napasamon Jeeramaneemai Faculty: Rachel Starobinsky, Yutaka Takiura The Phoenix is a toolkit and…

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User scenario of the seat

Cooling Seat – Design for India

School of Design, Graduate Industrial Design Students: Yuxi Luo Faculty: Swati Piparsania It is an empty seat with a small ball inside, which is ideally…

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A demolition plan and proposed plan demonstrate the interplay of re-use and adaptation. (04) Existing lumber is utilized to provide furnishings while new systems provide services.

Adaptive Reuse; 1800s Barn | Contemporary Marketplace

School of Design, Graduate Interior Design Student: Aislinn Jefferies Faculty: Ben Rosenblum Located in a town where historic colonial homes about contemporary tech offices, an…

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section + plan of the mud house

Tomato’s Home

School of Design, Graduate Interior Design Students: Jiahan Yu, Xiaoke Li, Fanjin Zhao, Jiajie Xu – Design Team Xiaoke Li, Lena Han, Xinduo Guo – Launchpad…

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Open group therapy accommodates more than 10 members in a public setting, providing
gathering space and group activities.

Untangled

School of Design, Graduate Interior Design Student: Chen Zhongh Faculty: Tetsu Ohara This project proposes an Integrated Wellness Center for patients with anxiety disorders. Anxiety…

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