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Sp14 ccw final

  1. 1. Architecture & Design Western Denmark Spring 2014 Core Course Week WDK
  2. 2. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 2
  3. 3. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Table of Contents 05 Core Course Week Philosophy 06 Core Course Week Groups - Mon-Tues 08 Daylight Study 09 Monday, February 3 10 Daylight Study Diagrams 11 Tuesday, February 4 12 Wednesday, February 5 13 Practical Information 15 Thursday, February 6 16 Guide to Note-Taking 3
  4. 4. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 4
  5. 5. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Core Course Week Philosophy The core of your studies in the Architecture and Design Programs at DIS is the studio. The core course week is a full week of studies meant to contribute to the advancement of your architectural understanding and your studio work through a dedicated focus on a key element in architecture and design: daylight. Daylight is a key element in most architectural cultures, but nowhere more so than in the Nordic countries: “Extreme variations of climate and sun have produced unique conditions of light throughout Scandinavia. The seasons present astonishing swings of illumination. The long, cold winter is dark and gloomy, with the sun barely appearing at all, and when it does, rising and setting for the briefest of times. Night-time permeates into the day to cloak the land in perpetual shade. And during the ecstatic yet fleeting summer, nights are pervaded by the midnight sun producing almost too much light and concentrating the annual light-fall into several months.” (Henry Plummer, Nordic Light – see required reading). The core course week should be understood as a continuous and cohesive activity focusing on the architecture and design disciplines and daylight. From Monday to Wednesday we will be working in Copenhagen, learning about and studying daylight in different locations and situations. From Thursday to Saturday we will go on the first study tour of the semester that takes us to different locations Western Denmark. The study tour will focus on the context of Denmark outside the Copenhagen capital region. The three-day tour will include visits to both contemporary and historical sites on the island of Fyn and in Jylland. The study tour is intended to illustrate and expand upon the core course week theme of architectural understanding and daylight, to provide inspiration for your studio work, and to enable an in-depth understanding of significant works of architecture in Denmark The Core Course Week objectives will be achieved by: • personal exploration and on-site analysis in the form of visual note-taking • on-site discussions with faculty and fellow students • post-visit reflection with your study tour groups. 5
  6. 6. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Core Course Week Groups Mon-Tues Group 1 Sara Bryant Rockwell Chan Jasmine Colahan Sydney Ellison Gianni Franceschi Haley Haugland Celine Issagholian-Havai David Kloos Madalene Lord Nick Mercado Megan Mohney Spencer Russell Katelyn Salove Emily Saunders Sasha Shapiro Gabrielle Stowe Abigail Wilson Group 2 Rachel Asbel Patrick Cordelle Rachel Fox Oscar Gates-Kent Chulwoo Han Crystal Huang Yun-Ning Kao Hyun-Jin Kim Honggang Lai Marlys Mandaville Joel McCullough Candice Miller Nicholas Msall Lauren Ashley Panawa Anika Schneider Megan Snyder Sara Todavchick Group 3 Sarah Ahmadzai Catherine Bretheim Madison Chung Ryan Craney Kelly Crosby Katherine Eiseman Alyssa Engle Terence Harp II Marie Hastings Kelsey Horn Nick Jackson Laura Lee Lucas Mackey David Miller Kevin Ryan Nicole Sekigawa Tianfang Si Group 4 Hilary Arndt Ryan Beasley Christina Cheng Rutvik Date Linette Floyd William Fuller, Jr. Luiza Furia Sooyeon Han Isabel Harris Irene Hsu Garrett Jensen Mary Kennedy Robert McLaughlin Julia Pike Prin Samritpricha Judy Su Quinn Wilcox Group 5 Danielle Aspitz Sarah Baldwin Lauren Brosius David Ellis Jessica Eversmeyer Nichole Finke Samuel Friedlander Fitsum Gelaye Glen Jarrett Lenna Johnsen Jaein Lee Julie Masterson Kyle Murray Benjamin Oas Jinah Oh Clayton Witt Cody Youngblood 6
  7. 7. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Core Course Week Groups Mon-Tues Group 6 Ines Aguilar Mikela Boudette Elsa Brown Hyde Chrastina Danielle DeOrsey Ezra Duplissie-Cyr Clark Fancher Zachariah Joder Brandon Lambrecht Su Bin Lee Dana Marks Jacklyn Mickey Misako Ono Edward Palka Poap Panusittikorn Holly Prouty Darien Ruschy Group 7 George Abraham Eunice Chang Joohee Choi Anna Cobus Tyler Compari Henry DeGrand Meganne DesRosier Alexandra DiStefano Spencer Fried Kathleen Garner Gabrielle Gorman Caitlin Molenaar Kelly Sadlon Blake Thomas Satya Twine Ellen Wall Yue Wu Group 8 Elizabeth Anderson Beatrice Bast Michael Bryant Pablo Cortes Isabella Frontado Thomas Gardner Evelina Giedraityte Daniel Lawrence Yifei Li Hannah McGrath Parvathy Nair Evan Orf Caroline Reverman Hanna Sakakibara Emily Stansell Peter Stoll Madison Van Wylen Group 9 Vivian Arabie Alex Buckthal Richa Date James DeVault Yuli Ding Nicholas Faiello Amanda Glover Cameron Griffiths Erin Hauer Taylor Heller Wyatt Ininns Seo Lee Mary McLoughlin Paige Poppe Lene-Mari Sollie Emily Tobin 7
  8. 8. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Daylight Studies “Daylight is constantly changing. (Other) elements of architecture (…) can be exactly determined. The architect can fix the dimensions of solids and cavities, he can designate the orientation of his building, he can specify the materials and the way they are to be treated; he can describe precisely the quantities and qualities he desires in his building before a stone has been laid. Daylight alone he cannot control. It changes from morning to evening, from day to day, both in intensity and color. How is it possible to work with such a capricious factor? How can it be utilized artistically?” (Steen Eiler Rasmussen, Experiencing Architecture – see required reading). Danish medieval church In the Nordic countries the daylight has extreme variations with few hours of daylight in the winter and few hours of darkness in the summer. Denmark is situated at 56° north latitude. The solar height at max is 57,5° and at min 10,5°. On average there is direct sunlight 1/3 of the daylight hours and ambient daylight for 2/3 of the daylight hours. We will use the core course week to enhance our understanding of architecture through studies of daylight in a series of different locations. At the sites we will study the parameters of daylight: Hallandgård • the direct sunlight • the ambient daylight • the reflected light Pay attention to: • the level of light, • the geographic orientation of the aperture / building • the distribution of light in the space • the shadows, reflections, and glare • the color of light and shadows Hammershøj - Dust motes dancing in sunshine 8 Record the observations in your journals Draw and write notes, which capture the qualities of daylighting in the spaces you visit and describe the atmosphere it creates. It is important that you are able to describe your observations to your classmates through visual and written notes. It is important to share your learning with fellow students to enhance everyone’s understanding of architecture.
  9. 9. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Monday, February 3 09:00 - 10:30 Lecture: Daylight in Architecture Location: Alexandersalen Lecturer: Dr. Merete Madsen, Chief Consultant, Architect, Ph.D Lighting Design & Daylighting Consultancy, Grontmij . www.lighting.grontmij.dk Required Readings: Steen Eiler Rasmussen: Experiencing Architecture, Chapter 8: Daylight and Architecture Henry Plummer: Nordic Light, Modern Scandinavian Architecture, Introduction. Suggested Readings: Merete Madsen: Daylighting Principles Merete Madsen: Light zones as concept and tool 10:45 - 13:45 Daylighting Studies with Faculty Sketch analysis with faculty at churches in Copenhagen. Bring: Sketchbooks, soft lead pencil, fixative Location: Find your instructor and accompany them to the church to be studied. Group: Instructor: Church: 1 Søren Amsnæs Vor Frelser Kirke, http://www.vorfrelserskirke.dk/ 2 Sarah Ruck Trinitatis Kirke, http://www.trinitatiskirke.dk/ 3 Courtney Coyne-Jensen Vor Frue Kirke, http://www.koebenhavnsdomkirke.dk 4 Henning Thomsen Marmorkirken, http://http://marmorkirken.dk/ 5 Malene Kristiansen Helligåndskirken, http://www.helligaandskirken.dk/ 6 Birgitte Borup 7 Eva Frederiksen Bethlehems Kirke, http://www.bethlehemskirken.dk/ Kastelskirken, http://www.kastelskirken.dk/ 8 Anna Yust Holmens Kirke, http://www.holmenskirke.dk/ 9 Bo Frederiksen Solbjerg Kirke, http://www.solbjergkirke.dk/ 14:00 Time on own in studio 9
  10. 10. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Daylight Study Diagramsbredde Solens baner for 56° nordlig Sun path diagram for 56° Dec Jan Dec Nov Feb 8h 9h 10h 11h 12h 13h 14h 7h Mar 6h 5h 4h Apr 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 Oct 15h 16h 17h Sept 18h 19h 20h 25 Aug 20 15 May 10 Jun 5 Shading diagram from Ching L´eglise de Firminy Le Corbusier Tegning af Svein Tønsager 10 L´eglise de Firminy - Le Corbusier Tegning af Svein Tønsager Jun Jul
  11. 11. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Tuesday, February 4 10:00 - 13:00 Daylighting Studies on Own Sketch analysis on own at museums in Copenhagen. All entry tickets will be reimbursed by the AD office if you bring in the receipt and ticket to the AD Office before February 21st. Location: Meet your team at the designated museum and proceed to sketch on own or in small groups. Group: Museum: 1 Glyptoteket, http://www.glyptoteket.com/ 2 Nordatlantens Brygge, http://www.bryggen.dk/en/home/ 3 Thorvaldsens Museum, http://www.thorvaldsensmuseum.dk/en 4 Den Kongelige Afstøbningssamling, http://www.smk.dk/en/visit-the-museum/ exhibitions/the-royal-cast-collection/ 5 Den Hirschsprung-ske Samling, http://www.hirschsprung.dk/default.aspx 6 Statens Museum for Kunst, http://www.smk.dk/en/ 7 Kunsthal Charlottenborg, http://www.kunsthalcharlottenborg.dk/forside?lang=eng 8 Rundtaarnet, http://www.rundetaarn.dk/en/ 9 Design Museum DK, http://designmuseum.dk/en 13:15 - 16:30 Studio with Faculty 11
  12. 12. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Wednesday, February 5 9:00 - 11:00 Journal Review with Tour Group WDK A - Meet In V23 - 401 Rutvik Date Richa Date James DeVault Ezra Duplissie-Cyr Katherine Eiseman Nichole Finke Rachel Fox Oscar Gates-Kent Evelina Giedraityte Taylor Heller Yun-Ning Kao David Kloos Brandon Lambrecht Seo Lee Laura Lee Yifei Li Jacklyn Mickey Candice Miller Anika Schneider Emily Tobin Ellen Wall Quinn Wilcox Clayton Witt Yue Wu WDK B - Meet In N7 - C25 Sarah Ahmadzai Vivian Arabie Lauren Brosius Sara Bryant Jasmine Colahan Tyler Compari Danielle DeOrsey Alexandra DiStefano Sydney Ellison Clark Fancher Spencer Fried Luiza Furia Fitsum Gelaye Sooyeon Han Haley Haugland Glen Jarrett Hyun-Jin Kim Jaein Lee Madalene Lord David Miller Benjamin Oas Darien Ruschy Kevin Ryan Tianfang Si Satya Twine WDK C - Meet In N7 - A21 Sarah Baldwin Ryan Beasley Catherine Bretheim Hyde Chrastina Pablo Cortes Kelly Crosby Yuli Ding David Ellis Jessica Eversmeyer William Fuller, Jr. Terence Harp II Isabel Harris Joel McCullough Hannah McGrath Megan Mohney Holly Prouty Hanna Sakakibara Prin Samritpricha Sara Todavchick Joohee Choi Henry DeGrand Linette Floyd Mary Kennedy Julia Pike Alexandra Shapiro WDK D - Meet In F24 - 306 Rachel Asbel Beatrice Bast Christina Cheng Madison Chung Anna Cobus Samuel Friedlander Isabella Frontado Gabrielle Gorman Cameron Griffiths Marie Hastings Erin Hauer Garrett Jensen Lenna Johnsen Su Bin Lee Dana Marks Mary McLoughlin Nick Mercado Caitlin Molenaar Jinah Oh Evan Orf Edward Palka Katelyn Salove Peter Stoll Gabrielle Stowe Madison Van Wylen Cody Youngblood WDK E - Meet In F24 - 206 Ines Aguilar Elizabeth Anderson Mikela Boudette Eunice Chang Nicholas Faiello Gianni Franceschi Kathleen Garner Amanda Glover Chulwoo Han Kelsey Horn Irene Hsu Nick Jackson Zachariah Joder Honggang Lai Lucas Mackey Marlys Mandaville Julie Masterson Nicholas Msall Misako Ono Lauren Ashley Panawa Kelly Sadlon Lene-Mari Sollie Emily Stansell Judy Su 12
  13. 13. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Practical Information Packing + Apparel Be sure to pack light! Apparel and packing suggestions are as follows: • Sturdy, comfortable boots or shoes for walking • Layered clothing for cold temperatures • A waterproof rainshell/jacket or umbrella • Please also pack a bathing suit and towel for taking advantage of various swimming opportunities • You must bring a time telling device! (ex: wrist watch, alarm clock, cell phone) Meals Make sure you bring a lunch pack for the first day on the bus! Your tour book will clearly state which meals are covered by DIS, and which meals you are responsible for covering on your own. DIS will provide two meals per day. Money You will need to bring your own Danish kroner for drinks, meals, snacks, evenings out, Danish souvenirs, and anything else that you would like. Please keep in mind that no stops have been scheduled for the bank or money exchange. Since most of this tour is spent in the countryside, ATMs will not be easy to find. Accommodations On both Thursday and Friday nights we will be staying at youth hostels. These hostels will only provide pillows and comforters for your bed, so please bring the following: a dynebetræk [comforter cover], a pudebetræk [pillow case], a flat bottom sheet, towel, alarm clock, and toiletries, etc. Students who do not bring a comforter cover, flat sheet and pillow case will be required to rent them from the youth hostel at their own expense. 13
  14. 14. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Practical Information WDK A Feb 6 WDK B Feb 6 WDK C Feb 6 WDK D Feb 6 WDK E Feb 6 14 Courtney Coyne-Jensen Bryn Lindblad Danhostel Kolding Ørnsborgvej 10 6000 Kolding Denmark +45 75 50 91 40 +45 3067 1047 +45 3010 9336 Feb 7 CabInn Hotel Århus Kannikegade 14 8000 Århus Denmark +45 86 75 70 00 Søren Amsnæs +45 3067 1009 Sofie Saleem +45 3067 1006 Cabinn Århus Feb 7 Kannikegade 14 8000 Aarhus Denmark +45 86 75 70 00 Danhostel Ebeltoft Egedalsvej 5 8400 Ebeltoft Denmark +45 86 34 20 53 Birgitte Borup +45 3010 9312 Anna Yust +45 3010 9335 Danhostel Skanderborg Feb 7 Kindlersvej 9 8660 Skanderborg Denmark +45 86 51 19 66 Danhostel Kolding Ørnsborgvej 10 6000 Kolding Denmark +45 75 50 91 40 Sarah Ruck +45 3067 1005 John Welsh +45 3061 0231 Danhostel Ebeltoft Feb 7 Egedalsvej 5 8400 Ebeltoft Denmark +45 86 34 20 53 Cabinn Ålborg Fjordgade 20 9000 Aalborg Denmark +45 96 20 30 00 Eva Frederiksen +45 2425 2740 Dani Hill +45 3067 0230 Danhostel Odense Feb 7 Østre Stationsvej 31 5000 Odense Denmark +45 63 11 04 25 Danhostel Skanderborg Kindlersvej 9 8660 Skanderborg Denmark +45 86 51 19 66
  15. 15. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Thursday, February 6 Tour Departure Location: DGI-BYEN (Off Ingerslevsgade) Date: Thursday, September 6 Meeting Time: 7:30am Bus Departure: 8:00 am sharp!* *If you miss the bus at DGI-BYEN you will be responsible for paying your own way to meet the tour in Western Denmark! In order to save time, please keep your sketchbook, drawing tools, camera, snacks and lunch, etc. on the bus with you. 15
  16. 16. DIS Architecture + Design Spring 2014 Guide to Visual Note-Taking The following categories are broad and you need to consider which apply in the case of each location you analyze. For each location choose 4-5 categories to focus, and touch briefly upon the remaining categories. All drawing types are suggestions and must be supplemented by written notes. Site: illustration that captures the essence of site and surroundings. Use drawings such as: plans, section of open space around the building, or quick serial visions. Concept: conceptual drawing that illustrates the main idea. Use drawings such as: diagrams in plan, section, elevation, axon. Context: illustration of what surrounds the building and possibly how this has influenced the design. Use drawings such as: sketches of details, concepts of surroundings, quick diagrammatic perspectives (serial vision), plan. Sequence: description of the sequence of space that the user of the building experiences. Use drawings such as: diagrammatic axon, quick diagrammatic perspectives (serial vision). Structure: conceptual drawing showing the structural main idea. Do any of the structural choices relate back to the context? Use drawings such as: diagrammatic plans, sections, exploded axon, detail sketches. Space: description of the main spatial quality of the building. Use drawings such as: sections, perspectives. Skin: description of the skin of the project. How has the surrounding context influenced the choice of material of the facades? Use drawings such as: details shown in section, axon, sketch perspectives. Detail: Description of how building components/ materials are put together. Use drawings such as: axon of detail, section, plan. 16 Material: Various materials can be used to differentiate or define an idea graphically. Document how different materials can influence ones visual understanding of a space.

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