Special guest Douglas Noble of the USC School of Architecture joins the podcast to talk about a student-led design, fabrication, and construction project that was recently installed in Joshua Tree National Park. We cover the entire process including design, the technology involved, collaboration with consultants, working with the thin shell concrete prefab team at Clark Pacific, logistics and transportation, and installation.
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- Carapace Pavilion
- Installation time-lapse video
- USC Architecture Students Built This: The Carapace Pavilion
- The Carapace Pavilion Points North (LinkedIn)
- Secrets of the Carapace: Apertures (LinkedIn)
- Secrets of the Carapace: Shadows (LinkedIn)
- Carapace Pavilion vs Boeing 737 (LinkedIn)
- Carapace Pavilion: Framing Two Views (LinkedIn)
- Carapace Pavilion: Shell Thickness (LinkedIn)
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