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  • 1. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchDESIGNMETHODOLOGIES
  • 2. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchEVOLUTIONBAJKRE INGLES“Rather than Revolution we areinterested in the Evolution.Thatthings gradually evolve byadapting and Improving throughthe changes of the world.”
  • 3. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchMANIFESTO‘YES IS MORE’-Questions the architectural avantgarde which is always negativelydefined of who or what we are against.-An alumnus of Rem Koolhaas.-Tells stories behind projects in formof Comic Books.EVOLUTION
  • 4. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchDESIGN PROCESSEVOLUTIONARY TREE-Follows Darwin’s theory ofAdaptability.-Theory meets pragmatism meetsoptimism in Bjarke Ingels architecture.His big-think approach is informed by ahands-on, ground-up understanding ofthe needs of a buildings occupants andsurroundings.EVOLUTION
  • 5. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchKARIM RASHIDEXPERIENCEKarims pluralism flirts with art,fashion, and music and isdetermined to creatively touchevery aspect of our physical andvirtual landscape.
  • 6. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchEXPERIENCE‘POETIC DESIGN IS BASEDON PLETHORA OF COMPLEXCRITERIA’-Rigorous understanding anddesire for contemporary culture.-Visual culture and ourcontemporary human experience.-Business should be completelyconcerned with beauty it is afterall a collective human need.
  • 7. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed ResearchEXPERIENCEDESIGN BELIEFS-Design is the Cultural Shaper ofthe world.-Rigorous beautification of ourbuilt environments.-to change the world is to changehuman nature.
  • 8. Rajkishori Desai |Summer 2013 | Pratt institute Prof Tom Klinkowstein | Directed Researchhttp://ad009cdnb.archdaily.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/1283535798-bjarke-ingels-image-by-jakob-glatt-02-528x303.jpghttp://www.ted.com/talks/bjarke_ingels_3_warp_speed_architecture_tales.htmlhttp://www.karimrashid.com/manifesto_fr.htmlhttp://www.karimrashid.com/downloads/pressPak/Karim_Product_Portfolio.pdfSOURCES