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Art School Design
Image by Juan Galicia
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SUPER BIG CONTEXT MODEL :0
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So the teacher told us to make an art school, more specifically a music and dance school, so the design here is pretty simple, it consists of two parts, the front which houses the classrooms and school offices and the back which houses the theatre.
The main stairs (bottom left) are located at the center, they are circular and they turn around an elevator, you cant really see it here, since i never built those into the model but they did made it into the floor plans haha, anyway the walls of the classrooms are translucid so you have a some very interesting lighting imho.
Anyways i have uploaded countless pictures of this model but this are pictures of the context model, ironically i live in one of the context houses <,<…. the teacher chose that terrain of all the terrains in the city and i live 20 meters away from it…. ah well :3 …it was destiny
Question by ♥Katie Leung♥: Should I attend an ivy league school or liberal arts school?
I am torn apart between picking either one of the Ivy League schools (Penn) or one of the “top 50 national liberal arts school”. Can someone give me the pro’s and con’s of attending to each of the schools? I went to both of their “Preview Days” and I love them both! I still can’t decide which! >.<
They both provide great financial aid packages.
I will be the first in my family to go to a university, especially coming from a low-income family.
Answer by lib.rare.ian
Depends a lot on your major. But I’m a little confused: have you already been accepted by both of these schools? If not, then apply to both of them, and see whether one or both of them accept you, and see what finance offers they make. That may make your decision easier.
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The Art School at Old Church – fun paint
Image by C.B. Whittemore
One of the bathrooms at The Art School at Old Church has great faux finish/marbleizing on the walls. Note the hook on the door: a great touch