Andrew Gargus

Student
A native of Southern California, in 2007 Andrew slowly started drifting east. Stopping in Chicago for two years, he worked as a research coordinator for Northwestern University. The specific lab was focused on nanotechnology, material science, and self-assembly. The benefit of the long, cold Chicago winters was that it gave Andrew lots of time to work on applications for architecture school, which had long been a plan deferred. In 2009, he was accepted to GSAPP and thus packed up the Uhaul and headed east yet again. Now finishing his third year in the M. Arch program, Andrew is looking forward to participating in Experiments in Motion for his final design studio.
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Recent posts

03/29/2012

It’s happening…

 
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02/28/2012
 
02/28/2012

Studies in taxi traffic across Manhattan by GSAPP’s very own Juan Saldarriaga for the Spatial Information Design Lab.

 
02/25/2012

parkerseybold:

traffic jams visualized via: Cay Horstmann

read left to right, starting at the bottom. each dot represents a car arriving on a constant interval. when one slows down, the ripple effect is compounded.

 
02/24/2012
 
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02/17/2012
 
02/17/2012