Lecture 2 Origins

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Lecture 2 Origins

  1. 1. Architecture in the Information AgeOrigins 2: The Architectural Context Dr Martyn Dade-Robertson
  2. 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
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  7. 7. The Architectonic System
  8. 8. Linguistic SystemArchitectonic System
  9. 9. FormMaterial Technology Code
  10. 10. Today:•A theoretical basis for architectureas an evolving medium.
  11. 11. Homework:Architecture =•Material ?•Technology ?•Code ?•Meaning ?
  12. 12. Carolina R. Figueroa Bhavinkumar Patel
  13. 13. Xiaoyao Hou
  14. 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. 15. Architecture is:•Form•Function Buildings and Power Markus (1993)•Space
  16. 16. Architecture is:•Form•Function Buildings and Power Markus (1993)•Space
  17. 17. Form
  18. 18. FormThe disposition of material elementsin terms of shapes scales andornamentation of buildings.
  19. 19. Form as a medium
  20. 20. Form as a medium
  21. 21. Form as a medium
  22. 22. Form as a medium
  23. 23. Form as a medium Iconic
  24. 24. Form as a medium The Logic of Architecture Mitchell (1990) Architectural Morphology Steadman (1983)
  25. 25. Form as a medium Systemizable The Logic of Architecture Mitchell (1990)
  26. 26. Form as a medium Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  27. 27. Beyond Form as a medium Learning from Las Vegas Venturi et al. (1990)
  28. 28. Beyond Form as a medium Textualizable Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  29. 29. Beyond Form as a medium Architectonic System Linguistic System Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  30. 30. Beyond Form as a medium Architectonic System Linguistic System Learning from Las Vegas Mitchell (1990)
  31. 31. Function
  32. 32. FunctionWhat a space is for. The activitieswithin it.
  33. 33. Function
  34. 34. Function Typologies
  35. 35. Function
  36. 36. Function Naming
  37. 37. Function A Pattern Language Alexander et. al. (1978) Decoding Houses and Homes Hanson (2003)
  38. 38. Function Programme
  39. 39. Space
  40. 40. SpaceThe stuff left over afterthe form has beencreated?
  41. 41. SpaceThe stuff left over afterthe form has beensituated?
  42. 42. SpaceForm + Function
  43. 43. SpaceSpace is articulated by form andenacted by the Function takeForm + activities whichplace within it.
  44. 44. Space The Production ofSpace doesnt simply Space Lefebvre (1991)exist. It is producedthrough senseexperience and socialinteractions.
  45. 45. Space – Dimensions Public Space Carmona (2008)
  46. 46. Space – Dimensions Morphological Public Space Carmona (2008)
  47. 47. Space – Dimensions Morphological Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  48. 48. Space – Dimensions Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  49. 49. Space – Dimensions Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  50. 50. Space – Dimensions Perceptual Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  51. 51. Space – Dimensions Perceptual Temporal Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  52. 52. Space – Dimensions PerceptualFunctional Temporal Morphological Social Visual Public Space Carmona (2008)
  53. 53. Space
  54. 54. Space Intimate (0.5) Personal (1.2) Social The Hidden Dimension (3.0) Hall (1988) Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  55. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 62. Space Intimate (0.5) Personal (1.2) Social The HiddenDESIGN: Products, Tools, Interiors… (3.0) Dimension Hall (1988) Proxemics Discipline: Behavioural Psychology
  63. 63. Space
  64. 64. MorphologicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  65. 65. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  66. 66. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  67. 67. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social Functional Temporal
  68. 68. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social: event based Functional Temporal
  69. 69. Morphological: topologicalSpace Visual: Hyperopic (far sight) Perceptual: Kinesthetic (experienced through movement) Social: event based Functional: process/configuration of events Temporal
  70. 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. 71. SpaceDESIGN: Architecture, Installations…
  72. 72. Space
  73. 73. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  74. 74. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual Social Functional Temporal
  75. 75. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social Functional Temporal
  76. 76. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social: modulation of flows Functional Temporal
  77. 77. Morphological: TopographicalSpace Visual: diagramatic/represented/mapped Perceptual: visual and mediated Social: modulation of flows Functional: zoned, stratified and striated Temporal
  78. 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. 79. SpaceDESIGN: Urban Design, Planning,Infrustructure…
  80. 80. Space
  81. 81. Morphological: ?Space Visual: ? Perceptual: ? Social: ? Functional: ? Temporal: ? Homework

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