These sequences often tell a story or follow a scenario. The architecture itself becomes part of the experience and therefore, becomes a script and tells a narrative. Architects often find themselves telling a story within the design concept as well. Now Superstudio, focuses on the reconstruction and metamorphosis of an object. This object can be influence the social communication to become a form of reality and can essential become a direct experience of reality.
But there are still relations to geometric space concepts. There is a need of new geometric background for architectural design. • Mythology and anecdotes based concepts Architectural mythology means the symbolism of real-world architecture, as well as describes the importance of vastu Shastra in architecture. • History and context based approach to
This is because different techniques of representation and different media allow the exploration of different aspects of a design idea. 3D block models are used as an exact representation of the proposal. The scale models imitates the building process, (LETH & GORI architectural firm, 2014). Whilst essentially being produced for the client, the designers will make subtle design decisions as the block model is produced. By undertaking or closely overseeing block model production, the individual designer can maintain the interactive inputs necessary to ensure a successful outcome.
Architecture is not ever autonomous, contrary it is related to the city and the structural area. When looking at the architecture of Steven Holl, a continuity can be seen. The word of anchoring that is used as becoming a place shows some similarities with the approach of “critical regionalism” defined by Kenneth Frampton (1983). Frampton describes forms that are thought like an image and mentions the possibilities of an authentic architectural manner that refers to a specific place of architecture. According to Holl (1989), the most distinctive feature of architecture instead of the other activities is to stem from being an integral part of a place.
True architects are needed to create architectural beauty and they do so by using “elements which are capable of affecting our senses, and of rewarding the desire of our eyes...the sight of them affects us immediately” (16). Le Corbusier’s says that we must standardize architecture with respect to function so that we can mass produce it until we perfect its aesthetic through competition and innovation. Le Corbusier believed that Architecture schools weren’t teaching students correctly and that engineers would be the ones who save architecture. Architecture is a thing of plastic emotion. “It should use elements capable of striking our senses, of satisfying our visual desires…arranging them in a way that the sight of them clearly affects
Writing and architecture are very similar in that the idea of the piece is expressed through the choices that are made. It is up to the author or designer to determine how the idea will be interpreted and what method will be used to communicate the idea. Choosing the means that will express the idea is a critical decision that will affect the outcome in dramatic ways. When designing a house, an architect will establish an architectural idea that will be an underlying factor in the design. After choosing an idea, a means of articulating the idea is determined that will suit the client and relate to the context of its surroundings, whether it be sympathetic or contrastive.
Hence , the application of theory by practice is crucial and critical process . This process is therefore implemented by Interpretation in architecture. 3.d) INTERPRETATION IN ARCHITECTURE: ‘‘Interpretation is the revenge of the intellect upon art’’66 Interpretation is the implementation of the acquired knowledge and skills .The local institutes though teaches architecture effectively but the criterion to evaluate the efficient usage of the education is by the materialistic outcome of the thought process .Its the encounter of creativity and imagination with the reality. This is the product of the design pedagogy followed and the environmental illusions generated by the spatial design. ‘As architecture is a interpretive , critical art’ , which transforms in the designers mind and after several refinements yield in a design solutions.
As an architect, the individual would have authority on what is put into the home or building itself. As Winston Churchill said “We shape our buildings; thereafter they shape us.” In the career of Architecture, as an architect, we get the opportunity to shape the environment that will ultimately create us. As an architect it is important to understand that creating a building is not only a reflection on the skills we have on creating a building but the understanding of an individual and the work of creating a house that is unique to that person or their family. Thus, is needed the quality of good communication skills. Not only do architects work with other contractors and construction workers but they work with individuals, they should have a close relationship to the client so that the client’s needs are
Later by an architect Bernard Tschumi this phrase was inverted from “form follow function” and became “function follow form” by the belief that building form did not need to signify its use. In fact form could come before use. From the above paragraph we came up with the following questions: Form follow function or function follow form? What is more important in architecture appearance or the purpose of the building? In this essay we’ll basically discuss these questions in a dialectical mode of logic.
When deconstruct a text or a speech, it is to draw out conflicting logics of sense and implication, with the object of showing that the text never exactly means what it ways or says what it means . Though, it has been applied not only to text but also to the visual arts and architecture. The approach of deconstruction in architecture is to get architects to think of things in a new way, to view architecture in bits and pieces. Also to develop buildings which show how differently from traditional architectural conventions buildings can be built without loosing their utility and still complying with the fundamental laws of physics. Especially in 1988, when deconstruction was first promoted in architecture.