This is an independent case study about the materials and conditions of the Hogg Memorial Auditorium, a historic structure in the UT campus. The project required the history of the structure and investigating factors related to existing conditions.
With the original elevation drawings, several times of site survey to identify materials and conditions were conducted through proper equipment such as loupe, binocular, and crack comparator. After that, all these factors are categorized and organized with a proper code and brief descriptions, before marked on the newly generated digital elevation drawings.
All the primary sources are came from the Alexander Architectural Archive.