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Revision as of 23:19, 8 December 2016

This gallery page lists some of the projects done by Engr215 Introduction to Design taught at Humboldt State University by Lonny Grafman.

Semesters

Fall 2016: The Sanctuary Arcata

The Fall 2016 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with The Sanctuary Arcata, a local non-profit with a mission to "inspire creative growth through the arts", to design and build sustainable infrastructure at their community space in Arcata, CA.

Spring 2016: Zane Middle School

The Spring 2016 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with Zane Middle School to design and build sustainable educational infrastructure and apparatuses that supports K-8 education at their Eureka, CA location.

Spring 2015: Zane Middle School

The Spring 2015 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with Zane Middle School to design and build sustainable educational infrastructure and apparatuses that supports K-8 education at their Eureka, CA location.

Fall 2014: Redwood Coast Montessori

The Fall 2014 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with Redwood Coast Montessori to design and build sustainable, educational, low embedded energy, infrastructure that supports K-8 education and the dune ecosystem at their Manila Community Center location.

Spring 2014: Zane Middle School

The Spring 2014 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with Zane Middle School to design and build sustainable educational infrastructure and apparatuses that supports K-8 education at their Eureka, CA location.


Fall 2013: WetLand

The Fall 2013 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with WetLand to research, design, and build systems that foster the artists living sustainably onboard a barge in the waterways of Philadelphia.

Spring 2013: SCRAP Humboldt

The Spring 2013 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with SCRAP Humboldt to design and build projects that upcycle and elevate waste through sound design in Humboldt County.

Fall 2012: Laurel Tree Charter School

The Fall 2012 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with Laurel Tree Charter School to design and build green educational infrastructure and apparatuses that supports K-12 education at their Arcata, CA location.

Spring 2012: Friends of the Dunes

The Spring 2012 semester of Engineering 215 worked with Friends of the Dunes to design and build projects that support the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center at 220 Stamps Lane, Manila, CA.

Fall 2011: Flock House

The Fall 2011 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with the Flock House to research, design, and build sustainable and inspiring systems for two living systems that will be traveling through and interacting with various New York neighborhoods.

Spring 2011: Locally Delicious

The Spring 2011 semester of Engineering 215 worked with Locally Delicious to design, build, test and disseminate projects that support healthy lifestyles among youths grades 4th through 6th and their families.

Fall 2010: HBCSL Somoa Hostel

The Fall 2010 semester of Engineering 215 worked with Humboldt Bay Center for Sustainable Living to design and build projects that support a proposed eco-hostel in Humboldt County.

Spring 2010: RCEA

Two labs of the Spring 2010 semester of Engineering 215 worked with the Redwood Coast Energy Authority to build energy education boxes for classrooms in Humboldt County. These boxes are designed for different K-12 grade ranges and cover one of three topics: energy conservation, renewable energy or climate change.

Spring 2010: World Shelters

One lab of the Spring 2010 semester of Engineering 215 worked worked with World Shelters to design and improve upon structures by leveraging the resources of Haiti and World Shelters

Fall 2009: CCAT and Network for a Healthy California

The Fall 2009 semester of Engineering 215 worked with the Humboldt State University's Campus Center for Appropriate Technology (CCAT) as well as The Network for a Healthy California to design and build sustainable and educational infrastructure.

Spring 2009: WaterPod

The Spring 2009 semester of ENGR215 Introduction to Design worked with the WaterPod to research, design, and build systems that foster the artists living sustainably onboard a barge in the waterways of New York City.

Fall 2008: Full Belly Project

The Fall 2008 semester of Engineering 215 worked with the Full Belly Project to adapt their Universal Nut Sheller in the following three manners:

Spring 2008: Discovery Museum

The Spring 2008 semester of Engineering 215 worked with the Discovery Museum to create interactive, educational inserts for an existing flume designed by another Humboldt State University course.