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Wells ex 4

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Wells ex 4

  1. 1. THESIS.The architectural process has been conventionalized over years of practice. So much so, that with new and diverse means of representationbeing introduced, architectural process has overlooked innovative methods of design and project process. As a means of comparison,typical conventions should be considered. However, inventive and explorative processes should be introduced as alternativerepresentations to the architectural profession. These processes can provide multiple lenses of perspective, design integration, andunderstanding of the key elements needed to frame a project’s outcome.CONVENTIONAL PROCESS.The conventional process consists of a linear approach through one lens consisting of precedent analysis, program adjacency diagrams,plans, sections, perspectives, etc. The process of these drawings follow typical conventions used throughout the architectural discipline.CONCEPTUAL PROCESS.The conceptual process usually starts with some sort of conceptual diagram, model, drawing, etc. It proceeds through varies paths ofexploration or its sole purpose is only to jump start ideas for an architectural project. However, many of these ideas or paths get left behindas the project develops into the conventional process or only one path is chosen to be carried onward.COMPLETE COVERAGE PROCESS.The complete coverage process is a combination of the two previous processes. However, it is still a linear process with little room fordeviation or exploration.EXPLORATIVE PROCESS.The explorative process spends a longer duration on the conceptual process of a project exploring multiple paths of representation. Itpromotes multiple lenses and filters to be used simultaneously as a means to develop the project together. The relationships betweenthe varying methods can be used as techniques to define the intents for the conventional progression of the project. However, alternativeconventions can be introduced to further define the project and its intents.METHODOLOGY.Diagrammatic Analyses & MappingCONCLUSION.The explorative design process ultimately developes a syntax for the project. It is able to grasp multiple layers and techniques, while stillproviding the ability to taper these techniques toward a specific project goal or outcome.EXERCISE 4.0 : VISIBLE CERTAINTY DANA WELLS
  2. 2. CONVENTIONALPROCESS TYPOLOGIESCONCEPTUALSTARTFINISHFINISHSTARTCOMPLETE COVERAGESTART FINISHFILTERLENS 2LENS 2LENS 1LENS 1
  3. 3. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1
  4. 4. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?
  5. 5. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUAL
  6. 6. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  7. 7. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODEL
  8. 8. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  9. 9. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATION
  10. 10. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  11. 11. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAM
  12. 12. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  13. 13. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTION
  14. 14. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  15. 15. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  16. 16. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONAL
  17. 17. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  18. 18. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONALINTERPRETATION
  19. 19. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  20. 20. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONALINTERPRETATIONTHE MASSING MODEL
  21. 21. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  22. 22. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONALINTERPRETATIONTHE MASSING MODELTRANSLATION
  23. 23. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  24. 24. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONALINTERPRETATIONTHE MASSING MODELTRANSLATIONTHE MAP & MODELODEL
  25. 25. FILTEREXPLORATIVE PROCESSSTARTFILTERLENS 2LENS 1CONCEPTUALEXAMPLETHE CONCEPTUAL MODELREPRESENTATIONTHE PHOTOGRAMABSTRACTIONTHE ABSTRACT DRAWING
  26. 26. FILTERLENS 3LENS 3FINISH ?CONVENTIONALINTERPRETATIONTHE MASSING MODELTRANSLATIONTHE MAP & MODELODEL
  27. 27. EXPLORATIVE PROCESS . precedents . relationships . techniques
  28. 28. EXPLORATIVE PROCESS . precedents . relationships . techniques
  29. 29. EXPLORATIVE PROCESS . precedents . relationships . techniquesopacitymobilitysurfaceprojectionprojectionabstractionspottingpastprefuturecardinaldirectionslofting
  30. 30. esentsensingvelocityrotationtrajectorysubtractionadditionrotationmaterialityspottingsubtraction
  31. 31. EXPLORATIVE PROCESS . techniques . translation
  32. 32. EXPLORATIVE PROCESS . techniques . translationspottingprojectiontrajectorycardinaldirectionsrotationobjectsubtractionvelocityviewtrajectorypastopacity futureextrudespottingprojectionvelocitymobility
  33. 33. viewcardinaldirectionssubtractionsurfacesubtractionrotationobjecttrajectoryprojectionvelocity

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