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PSFK catches up with Chris Ryan, a young architect who relies on AutoCAD software to give him flexibility, mobility, and security.
PSFK caught up with Chris Ryan, an architect and designer who has been using AutoCAD to create some of his more recent design projects.
What is the most creative project you have produced?
I modeled and fabricated a seating installation (with Single Speed Design, an architecture firm based out of Cambridge/ NYC) for an exhibit they had at the Boston Architectural College (BAC). I like this project because it included 3D modeling and digital detailing, AutoCAD output, physical fabrication, and getting to enjoy the final product during the exhibition. I like it when the projects are at a scale that lets me produce and be involved in the entire process, from beginning to end. In this case, the project was small enough that I was able to do all of the work myself.
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