ASU students, alum featured in 'Microdwelling' show
ASU architecture students from The Design School in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts helped to construct a selection of tiny spaces currently on view in “Microdwelling,” an exhibition featuring 12 structures under 600 square feet at the Schemer Art Center in Phoenix.
Three of the 12 structures were built by ASU students with the help of a $3,000 grant from The Central Arizona Architecture Foundation. They had just one month to construct their microdwelling spaces.
Another structure is the work of Andrea Hardy, an alumus of the MFA architecture program in The Design School. Hardy thinks the student involvement in the exhibition is particularly important.
"It's interesting to see their perspective on space,” she said. “To have somebody reach for something and be able to accomplish it is inspiring."
The exhibition runs through March 1.