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Architectural model, pencil, 18 x 24 in.

Self portrait, charcoal, 24 x 18 in. Bowl and Pearls, charcoal, 24 x 18 in.

FOUNDATION DRAWING

FALL 2010


Site-specific installation project along the southwest faรงade of the University of Pittsburgh's Frick Fine Arts Building. Yarn supported by wooden dowels was used to outline the walls of a building that existed on the site over a century ago, creating a temporary urban palimpsest.

APPROACHES TO THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

FALL 2010


Site documentation and analysis of Forbes Avenue between Craig Street and Boundary Street, focusing on the presence of sound and movement.

ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES SEMINAR

FALL 2010


Transition from a twodimensional, one-sided pattern to a three-dimensional, six-sided basswood model.

ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES SEMINAR

FALL 2010


A day-long design and build competition with the objective to rethink the ancient custom of building a sukkah, or temporary hut, for the Jewish holiday Sukkot. Materials used included wood, bamboo, rope, and leaves.

STEEL CITY SUKKAH COMPETITION

FALL 2010


O n e - p o i n t perspective of interior of Wesley W. Posvar Hall, white embroidery floss on stretched canvas, 18 x 24 in.

Freehand drawings of building exteriors in South Oakland, pencil Two-point perspective based on Frick Fine Arts Building, pencil

PERSPECTIVE DRAWING

SPRING 2011


Sculpture based on organic forms, wire

Fractals, plaster cast

FOUNDATION SCULPTURE

SPRING 2011


Winning poster design for University of P i t t s b u r g h H A A A R C H ! ! ! Undergraduate Showcase, 11 x 17 in.

SPRING 2012


Maeve Sattler Portfolio 2012