T-shirt Design for competition “T-shirt Design Contest” by AIAS and USGBC

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T-shirt Design Contest was a competition hosted by American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) and U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). I won first place with t-shirt “Chicago school”.

Parameters of t-shirt “Chicago school”:
Two colors (black and yellow). It is relate to Architecture: While the term “Chicago School” is widely used to describe buildings in the city during the 1880s and 1890s, this term has been disputed by scholars, in particular in reaction to Carl Condit’s 1952 book The Chicago School of Architecture. The “Chicago window” originated in this school. It is a three-part window consisting of a large fixed center panel flanked by two smaller double-hung sash windows. The arrangement of windows on the facade typically creates a grid pattern, with some projecting out from the facade forming bay windows. The Chicago window combined the functions of light-gathering and natural ventilation; a single central pane was usually fixed, while the two surrounding panes were operable. These windows were often deployed in bays, known as oriel windows, that projected out over the street.

Parameters of t-shirt “Eco-tower, skin & structure”:
One color (black or green). It is relate to Architecture: It is my project of Eco-tower (building shape optimized by generative algorithms).

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