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Greetings-

 

Here is a small Field Chapel that fellow architecture students and I from the Illinois Institute of Technology's design build studio designed last semester, then constructed over the course of two months this summer in Bödigheim, Germany.

 

R8/DMR; 19 Elmarit / 35-70 Vario-Elmar; post processing in Capture One

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terrific series -- looks like there might be a commemorative Blurb Book in the project somewhere . . . (may own favorite's the one with the cross)

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Very nice work. Well detailed and strong craftsmanship. Nice images too.

 

I may need to start recruiting at IIT if my architectural firm ever starts hiring again.

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