Architecture Students Reflect Hurricane Harvey Rainfall In 3-D Sculptures


Art is imitating life in Professor of Architecture Mark Clayton’s sophomore architectural design studio at Texas A&M University where students created 3-dimensional wall sculptures that reflect levels of rainfall experienced by residents of more than a dozen South Texas communities during Hurricane Harvey. In the process of depicting the days, inches of rainfall and locations in visually intriguing and symbolic ways, the students also tackled the daunting task of crafting curved surfaces, one of the most complex and challenging tasks in architectural design.

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