Emory: Part 2 Process Review

Yesterday we had a process review for a new project on the same site at Emory University.  This project is larger (7000 sq. ft.), and takes up more of the site in front of Cannon Chapel.  The project was an Ethics building, and I started with the idea of a moral compass.  This gave me two directional systems, one for the orthogonal relationship with the quad–this represents Man in his relationship with other men.  The second is on a true north-south axis, and it represents man’s relationship with God.

These images were from the review–they will be changed a lot before my final review:

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