Architecture students Evan Lane, Kelly Mocock, and Afshin Roshdi produced digital models and a video for for an exhibition that will run at the Gregg Museum of Art and Design. The video is being displayed as part of the Southern Roots of Mid-century Modern, a show that will run until December 18, 2010.
Lane, Mocock, and Roshdi constructed digital models in Assistant Professor of Architecture David Hill’s Digital Representation course. The video will offer animated views of the Kimi and George Matsumoto House and James Fitzgibbon’s Fadum House.
The Gregg Museum of Art and Design is located at the Talley Student Center on the NC State University campus.