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The Jane Lim Metaproject Collection consists of all the process work for the development of Hoop and Hang, and a book which describes Metaproject 05 and all the student designs.
The Veronica Lin Metaproject Collection consists of all the process work for the development of Foot Pebble, and a book which describes Metaproject 06 and all the student designs.
This is a concept paper formally proposing what would become the building which houses the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at RIT.
Items designed by Josh Owen and manufactured by Kontextur. Josh Owen is a professor of Industrial Design at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). These items are designed for practical use in the bathroom, and were mass-produced and retailed in 2012.
The Vincent Y. Lin Metaproject Collection consists of all the process work for the development of Buoyancy paper towel holder, and a book which describes Metaproject 07 and all the student designs. The final product, Limbo, is also included in this collection.
One spiral bound album of 8 x 10" color photographs of the newly completed buildings for the College of Fine and Applied Arts, and the College of Graphic Arts and Photography. Today these buildings are known as the Booth and Gannett Hall.
Frederick Brehm photographs of Clark Building construction contains photographs related to the construction of the Clark Building in 1945. There are two complete copies of the album; one is in a spiral album and the other in a portfolio box.
Silver trowel used at cornerstone laying ceremonies of the Eastman Building, George Clark Building, Ritter-Clark Gym, and Ice Rink.
Collection of materials deposited by Greg Moss, Director of Department of Athletics and Recreation at RIT that document the development and construction of the first student life center and field house on campus through photographs, records, some blueprints and a specification manual. Also included are newsclippings documenting the 2009 men's and women's ice hockey season, and a tiger mascot costume affectionately named "Grandpa Ritchie," and the recreational "bubble."