DESIGN PROPOSALS UNVEILED IN CORDOVA
by JENNIFER COHRON
Nov 21, 2012 | 1939 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Students from the University of Alabama traveled to Cordova City Hall Monday night for a presentation of the documentation and design proposals they have completed over the past three years. Their most recent work includes proposals for a new library and business incubator. The relationship between Cordova and UA dates back to 2010, when instructor Michelle Lee brought two classes to the city to document two downtown buildings and develop designs for a new city hall. In 2011, they documented a traditional mill house.  – Photo by: Jennifer Cohron.
Students from the University of Alabama traveled to Cordova City Hall Monday night for a presentation of the documentation and design proposals they have completed over the past three years. Their most recent work includes proposals for a new library and business incubator. The relationship between Cordova and UA dates back to 2010, when instructor Michelle Lee brought two classes to the city to document two downtown buildings and develop designs for a new city hall. In 2011, they documented a traditional mill house. – Photo by: Jennifer Cohron.
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