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Rlo 2u nit6-ec-jacksonlearningspaces


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Rlo 2u nit6-ec-jacksonlearningspaces

  1. 1. Basic Shapes for Great Designs in Architecture – Part 2 Elisa Cortez Jackson IX536: Design and Development Tools Kaplan University
  2. 2. Through time, architects have been driven by the desire to build things.Photos by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  3. 3. The objectives of this unit are: Upon the completion of this unit, learners will be able • to identify and understand the use of some basic three- dimensional shapes to create great designs in architecture. • to indentify and describe how three- dimensional shapes are used for design and create great architectural buildingsPhoto by Thomas Jackson, (2011). and urban elements.
  4. 4. Self Assessment As each word is revealed think about what you know about the shape, and how it can be used in architectural designs or urban elements.Cube Pyramid Cylinder Cone Tetrahedro Octahedro n Rhombohed n ron
  5. 5. As you look at the pictures, identify as manysolid shapes as you can in 30 seconds, andcomplete the document provided in theattachment.At the end of the slide show you should haveidentified the shapes used in the buildingspresented in this presentation.
  6. 6. Photo by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  7. 7. Photos by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  8. 8. Photo by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  9. 9. Photo by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  10. 10. Photo by Thomas Jackson, (2012).
  11. 11. Photo by Thomas Jackson, (2011).
  12. 12. After you have seen the slide show,upload your complete document andparticipate in the peer reviewactivity.Upload you completed document ,download two documents from twodifferent students and write a 20-words-or-less comment for eachreview.
  13. 13. Metacognition ActivityWhat are the shapes that aremost used?What shapes are the leastused?
  14. 14. Referenc e:Martín, J. J. (1981). Historia de la Arquitectura. Madrid, Spain: Editorial Gredos, S. A.