For our first assignment in digital applications we were instructed to capture an event and then compress the image to show how this even interacted with the space around us. I struggled at first to find an idea to show an activity that I do that really shows a range of motion through space. Then I remember a new stunt that my flyer and I have been working on and though it would be great to show the range of motion that goes into completing this stunt.
Welcome to my website I for Interiors. My name is Ian Sullivan and this blog was created to explain the process of how I achieved success in the projects I'm currently working on. I'll share with you the mistakes I've made while working on a project and give a deeper look into the digital side of design.
A little more about me, I'm from Kansas City, MO and spent a lot of time growing up exploring the urban core and watching the evolution of growth that it is currently undergoing. I truly find inspiration from looking at existing spaces and thinking about the potential that they have to be revitalized.
When I'm not in studio designing I can be spotted on the sidelines on the cheer team at Kansas State. Although cheering can take up a lot of my time I truly believe that it helps not only balance out my stress of school by giving me something to focus on besides my studio projects, but it also teaches me how to use my time wisely so that I'm giving my 100 percent to each commitment. I also look at cheering as a great way to branch out and meet new people outside of the architecture bubble.
When I graduate in 2019 I plan on moving to a city that has a lot of urban development and revitalization going on so that I can continue to participate in a cities growth through design. I truly hope that you enjoy following my process of growing and struggling through each project as I develop new skills.