1. In the opening of this module, I told a story about some of my favorite play memories outdoors as a child. In this discussion post, I’d like you to think about a favorite play memory from your childhood. Briefly share your memory and then reflect on what you were learning while you played. What […]
Benefits of VR & AR in the field of Architecture This paper is be selling the claim that Virtual Reality and Augmented reality will have a large influence in the future of Architecture. & how it will benefit architect, client, and designer.
1.Describe and analyze the system of construction and how it contributes to understanding the building as a whole. You are encouraged to consider one or more of the following issues, such as the relationships between the history of building technology and society, the architect’s theories(or other’s theories) about construction, the history of labor and manufacturing, […]
Read Chapter One and then answer the following attached questions 1. What are the important differences between visual representation and picturing? 2. Assuming that painters engage in imitation, Plato observes that you can make images of “yourself and the other animals, manufactured items, plants, and everything else” by holding up a mirror. What is the […]
To research about Wang Shu, a contemporary architect, the origins of his/her background and philosophy towards design, and how that work relates to the original triumvirate of Mies, Corbu and Frank Lloyd Wright. In addition, you are asked to investigate how tWang Shu’s work was inspired or influenced by the surrounding local context.
Project location, date of completion, Architect, Acoustic engineer (if necessary). •Analyze the concert hall by answering the following questions:Number of seats.Volume.Distance between the stage and seating areas (in plan, section and real measurement).Internal areas (floor, ceiling and walls).Materials and construction details used in walls and ceilings.Visual relationship between the seating area and the stage (are […]
Every building we live in or use was once just an idea in an architect’s head. How do people become architects, and how are their ideas made reality? This award-winning short film explores the lives of students and professors of architecture. I’m sure you will enjoy it and learn a lot.
QUESTION TWO Annya, a young architect, has worked for some years for a company which designs and builds theme park rides in Australia and throughout South East Asia. She hears through the grapevine that one of Australia’s biggest theme parks, Magic Kingdom, is tendering for designs for a giant new waterslide, but that her employer […]
‘Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses seen in light’. Le Corbusier A number of architects have deliberately set out to cultivate the idea of the heroic architect. Major architects such as Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright were excellent publicists and this was undoubtedly good for business. The iconic buildings designed […]