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    A typographical effort in combining the two landscapes of Pratt Manhattan and Brooklyn campuses, in order to add a greater sense of community for… Read More
    A typographical effort in combining the two landscapes of Pratt Manhattan and Brooklyn campuses, in order to add a greater sense of community for the two play as an antithetical pair, one prooves the other and both unite as a whole in Pratt This was only a case study for Inclusion/Illusion program and the mock piece is built smaller, not in the actual size Read Less
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M i n a Z a r f s a z + R o g i e r B a k . G A P . 2012 . Plywood

A typographical effort in combining the two landscapes of Pratt Manhattan and Brooklyn campuses, in order to add a greater sense of community, for the two play as an antithetical pair: one proves the other and both unite as a whole in Pratt.

This three-dimensional typographic experience allows for the Manhattan and Brooklyn campuses of Pratt Institute to converge, and it also bridges the social and geographical gap between the two campuses.
 
*This was only a case study for Pratt’s Inclusion Illusion crossdepartmental interdisciplinary event, whose aim was to bring together the Pratt community. This proposal piece was built in a smaller scale, not in the actual size.