Tugce Binbay, Architectural Engineering Technology, AA+D, Norwalk Community College
Tugce Binbay

Video Gallery

The Art, Architecture + Design department challenges students, building creative, technical, and character skills for transfer or career ambiitions, as well as for personal enrichment and professional development. Explore the videos of work done in the following disciplines.

Architectural Engineering
Fine Arts and Studio Arts

Architectural Engineering

ARC 229 Structures. Students design and build columns and bridges out of balsa wood. At the close of the semester, the fun truly begins—testing how these structures perform under various loads, and whether or not they survive the final exam!

Jeremy Anderson, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Christine Boss, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Jacqueline Bottliglieri, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Franchesca Crevecoeur, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Bhavana Desai, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Alejandra Lopez, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Filip Michalowski, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Filip Michalowski, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Olha Mohylnytska, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Gaby Nunez, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Wonsun Oh, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Gamal Osman, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Shwe Phyu, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Svitlana Piasta, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Andres Rincon, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Sara Weidel, CAD 204 CAD 3D Architectural AutoCAD

Fine Arts and Studio Arts

ART 131. Students from Joe Fucigna’s fall 2017 Sculpture I course began the semester by creating a site specific sculpture using only duct tape and newspaper.

ART 131. Students from Joe Fucigna’s fall 2018 Sculpture I course began the semester by creating a site specific sculpture using only duct tape and newspaper.

ART 131. Students from Joe Fucigna’s fall 2019 Sculpture I course began the semester by creating a site specific sculpture using only duct tape and newspaper.

If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing

MARC CHAGALL