a study of architecture's engagement with extreme climate conditions
The tent is complete with 17 hours to spare before departure to South America (Aconcagua). Time to eat, sleep and prepare for the next phase of work to be done.
Photo Source: Andrew McCarthy / Date: 2.11.2012 : 2102 / Location: Ann Arbor, MI
Saw the article about your tent on the UM front page. Brilliant idea and really nice execution (this is from a structural engineering master’s student and former Mech/Operations on solar car). I’m always happy to encounter others who remember the things we design and build are intended for the real world – it’s easy to lose track of that at a research university. You’ve made it obvious you believe in your own abilities.
Well done so far and I wish you the absolute best of luck on the mountain!
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