First-Year Masters Students Build Homes

Forty years on, The Yale Housing Project is still forcing students to get down and dirty

The Rural Studio, Brian Mackay-Lyons's Ghost Project, the UVA “Shure Studio,” Dan Rockhill's Studio 804 at University of Kansas—the number of design-build projects for students continues to expand, but they weren't nearly as commonplace in 1967, when Charles W. Moore and Kent Bloomer founded the Yale Building Project. Yale University Press will commemorate the fortieth anniversary in spring 2007 with a volume written by Richard W. Hayes and edited by Nina Rappaport.

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