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wood flows, material research, infrastructure, sustainability, recycling, design build, forest products, paper plates, barn, systems, fabrication, woodworking, UVA Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia landscapeRock-Tenn                              wood systems model | S. Lee                          Red Brook Lumber

The discovery of freely available resources as a by-product of an advanced technological society offers designers the opportunity to explore innovative ideas, forms, and processes.  In addition to innovative exploration, these materials can act as a catalyst for social criticism.  This design studio project directs public attention to 21st century wood waste for its compelling appearance, as an element in a cyclic process, and as a most useful material for experimentation and full-scale fabrication.  The first two projects of the semester (5 weeks) were

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