Immersion 17 is a small structure that explores dowel laminated mass timber construction methodology. Built by hand over two-months in the summer of 2017 it offers an introduction to the wider themes of engineered lumber that are beginning to emerge in Europe and North America. As part of the Immersion program it suggests a new phase of “learning by doing” that lies at the core of Wright’s Fellowship program and demonstrated the buildings of Taliesin in Wisconsin.
Taliesin Summer Immersion – Taliesin, Wisconsin – S2017
Instructor Jason Griffiths
Students – Moin Vohra, Rishabh Barot , Devendra Patel, Will Fagan , Mayur Valur, Donna Baber