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Lecture 2 Origins

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Lecture held as part of the Architecture and the Information Age Course at Newcastle University.

Lecture held as part of the Architecture and the Information Age Course at Newcastle University.

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  • 1. Architecture in the Information AgeOrigins 2: The Architectural Context Dr Martyn Dade-Robertson
  • 2. Monday 30th January Introductory Lecture Monday 6th February Lecture 1 OriginsMonday 13th February Lecture 2 OriginsMonday 20th February Lecture 3 Loosing the Ballast of MaterialityMonday 27th February Lecture 4 Cyberspace Monday 5th March Lecture 5 Augmented Space Monday 12th March Lecture 6 Sentient Space Monday 16th April Lecture 7 Programming Architecture
  • 3. Blog
  • 4. This Week:204 Unique Visitors499 Visits2,907 Page Views30 Countries
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  • 6. Post(s) of the WeekPeng Fei Song
  • 7. The Architectonic System
  • 8. Linguistic SystemArchitectonic System
  • 9. FormMaterial Technology Code
  • 10. Today:•A theoretical basis for architectureas an evolving medium.
  • 11. Homework:Architecture =•Material ?•Technology ?•Code ?•Meaning ?
  • 12. Carolina R. Figueroa Bhavinkumar Patel
  • 13. Xiaoyao Hou
  • 14. Architecture organises space surrounding man. It organizes this space as a wholeand with respect to man in his entirety, that is with respect to all the physical orpsychic actions of which man is capable... (Mukařovský 1977: 240) Buildings and Power Mukarovsky (1977)
  • 15. Architecture is:•Form•Function Buildings and Power Markus (1993)•Space
  • 16. Architecture is:•Form•Function Buildings and Power Markus (1993)•Space
  • 17. Form
  • 18. FormThe disposition of material elementsin terms of shapes scales andornamentation of buildings.
  • 19. Form as a medium
  • 20. Form as a medium
  • 21. Form as a medium
  • 22. Form as a medium
  • 23. Form as a medium Iconic
  • 24. Form as a medium The Logic of Architecture Mitchell (1990) Architectural Morphology Steadman (1983)
  • 25. Form as a medium Systemizable The Logic of Architecture Mitchell (1990)
  • 26. Form as a medium Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  • 27. Beyond Form as a medium Learning from Las Vegas Venturi et al. (1990)
  • 28. Beyond Form as a medium Textualizable Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  • 29. Beyond Form as a medium Architectonic System Linguistic System Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  • 30. Beyond Form as a medium Architectonic System Linguistic System Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  • 31. Function
  • 32. FunctionWhat a space is for. The activitieswithin it.
  • 33. Function
  • 34. Function Typologies
  • 35. Function
  • 36. Function Naming
  • 37. Function A Pattern Language Alexander et. al. (1978) Decoding Houses and Homes Hanson (2003)
  • 38. Function Programme
  • 39. Space
  • 40. SpaceThe stuff left over afterthe form has beencreated?
  • 41. SpaceThe stuff left over afterthe form has beensituated?
  • 42. SpaceForm + Function
  • 43. SpaceSpace is articulated by form andenacted by the Function takeForm + activities whichplace within it.
  • 44. Space The Production ofSpace doesnt simply Space Lefebvre (1991)exist. It is producedthrough senseexperience and socialinteractions.
  • 45. Space – Dimensions Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 46. Space – Dimensions Morphological Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 47. Space – Dimensions Morphological Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 48. Space – Dimensions Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 49. Space – Dimensions Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 50. Space – Dimensions Perceptual Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 51. Space – Dimensions Perceptual Temporal Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 52. Space – Dimensions PerceptualFunctional Temporal Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  • 53. Space
  • 54. Space Intimate (0.5) Personal (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Hall (1988) Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 55. MorphologicalSpace Intimate Visual (0.5) Personal Perceptual (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social Hall (1988) Functional Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 56. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual (0.5) Personal Perceptual (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social Hall (1988) Functional Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 57. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual: Myopic (0.5) Personal Perceptual: (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social Hall (1988) Functional Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 58. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual: Myopic (0.5) Personal Perceptual: multi sensory (emphasising touch) (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social Hall (1988) Functional Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 59. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual: Myopic (0.5) Personal Perceptual: multi sensory (emphasising touch) (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social: one to one or one to few Hall (1988) Functional Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 60. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual: Myopic (0.5) Personal Perceptual: multi sensory (emphasising touch) (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social: one to one or one to few Hall (1988) Functional: single focused actions Temporal Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 61. Morphological: ErgonomicSpace Intimate Visual: Myopic (0.5) Personal Perceptual: multi sensory (emphasising touch) (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Social: one to one or one to few Hall (1988) Functional: single focused actions Temporal: instant/real-time Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 62. Space Intimate (0.5) Personal (1.2) Social The HiddenDESIGN: Products, Tools, Interiors… (3.0) Dimension Hall (1988) Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  • 63. Space
  • 64. MorphologicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  • 65. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  • 66. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  • 67. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social Functional Temporal
  • 68. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social: event based Functional Temporal
  • 69. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social: event based Functional: process/configuration of events Temporal
  • 70. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social: event based Functional: process/configuration of events Temporal: cause/effect & sequential
  • 71. SpaceDESIGN: Architecture, Installations…
  • 72. Space
  • 73. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  • 74. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  • 75. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social Functional Temporal
  • 76. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social: modulation of flows Functional Temporal
  • 77. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social: modulation of flows Functional: zoned, stratified and striated Temporal
  • 78. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social: modulation of flows Functional: zoned, stratified and striated Temporal: time is a function of speed
  • 79. SpaceDESIGN: Urban Design, Planning,Infrustructure…
  • 80. Space
  • 81. Morphological: ?Space Visual: ? Perceptual: ? Social: ? Functional: ? Temporal: ? Homework