CNU Illinois | STUDENTS: Micro-scale Urbanism

This student-led competition focused on using Lego blocks as a tool for micro-scale urbanism. It was up to the individual’s discretion to determine the size of their lego module. Some chose to use the lego module to represent brick coursing while others used the module to represent an entire building block. With this in mind, each student was given two rules: represent the idea of an urban transect through the use of lego blocks – and have fun. The two winners were awarded a 3D printed lego block for holding pens/pencils and the top prize was a wood engraved coaster with the city of Florence, Italy etched into it. SNU had many student contributors to help make this event be a success.

via CNU Illinois | STUDENTS.


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