Architecture Studio I:  Transformations

Harvard GSD, Spring 2013

Taught by Zaneta Hong,

An introduction to architectural concepts and techniques used to address issues of form, function, ornament, and material.  Project analysis, visualization, communication, and fabrication, using both physical and digital models.  Course proceeds through a series of progressively complex investigations of transformational processes, context, program, and material assemblage.

Assignments:  

"Composite" project [chipboard, museum board, plexi]; data on civilian and military movements up and down the Korean peninsula during the year 1950

"Density" study [museum board]

"Pattern" study [plexi]

"8 operations" exercise [paper]

 

 

 

 

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