[4th] Year Final Critique: Transitioning the Southeastern Building

May 1, 2012 § Leave a comment

The final critique for Jo Leimenstoll’s [4th] year studio served as a transition in several ways. Each student’s project transformed a currently uninhabited building in downtown Greensboro to a vibrant focal point of the city, and for many of these students, this was their last critique before transitioning into the professional world.

During the critique, each student received feedback from architects, the developer of the building, professors, and fellow classmates. It was a bittersweet experience for those graduating, yet a relief as they finished their last undergraduate project.

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