One of the benefits of our studio was that we had an amazing ratio of teachers to students, almost one teacher for every two students. One of the downsides of our studio was that we had a ratio of teachers to students, almost one teacher for every two students. A little contradictory, but it was so great to be able to get feedback on our designs from so many people who have so much experience in architecture, but trying to please them all became a difficult, almost impossible task. This did not only relate to our designs, but also scheduling our final review. All of the teachers wanted to be able to attend, but they all had very different, and very demanding schedules. As a solution, we had a “preliminary” final review for the head of our studio the last week of May, and then a “final” final review the first week of June. With that said, we had only started the individual design of our buildings a few days prior to our holiday break, so the extra presentation seemed to cut out some much-needed design time. Despite the time crunch of five weeks from start of design until the “final” final presentation, there were many very successful projects. Here are a few shots of everyone and their layout boards at the “final” final presentation.