Two PCC students will be showcasing their work, along with 14 major architecture schools in the 2×8: Skin exhibition March 27. The students selected to participate in this event are architecture majors, Vardan Hambardzumyan, 25, and Andrew Thompson, 20.
For the “2×8: Skin” exhibition, each had to choose a sport and create a Paralympic, which is a training facility for disabled athletes.
“[Hambardzumyan’s] work was chosen because his work displayed maturity and creativity,” said Coleman Griffith, adviser to the students participating in the exhibit and assistant professor of architecture.
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