Using both conventional and unconventional model making materials, participants will explore spatial creativity while learning basic architectural principles and model making techniques. No prior expertise is required. During class time Jennifer will demonstrate procedures and techniques for creating models to scale. Each student will develop and build their own model to take home.
Jennifer Cosgrove is a licensed architect who has lived in Ketchum for seven years. Jennifer’s approach to architecture and design is multi-faceted and characterized by a love of working at different scales. She has extensive experience in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, product design, and furniture design. With an undergraduate degree in studio art, Jen enjoys playful experimentation with color, pattern, and materiality. Her design process relies heavily on hand-built models, as well as sketching, drafting, diagramming, photography, and 3D modeling. As a teacher, Jen strives to introduce all these skill sets to her students so that they have a strong arsenal of techniques for representation and discovery.
This is a 2-day workshop that will take place Sat & Sun, Oct 27 & 28, 10am-4pm daily