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Into. to Arch Week 2

  1. 1. introductionIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  2. 2. ? architecture
  3. 3. definition and  scopeIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  4. 4. Architecture is the masterly, correct and magnificent play of masses brought together in light. Le Corbusier Architecture is produced by ordinary people, for ordinary people; therefore it should be easily comprehensible to all. Steen Eiler Rassmussen Architecture is the thoughtful making of space. Louis Kahn
  5. 5. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/architecture
  6. 6. ARCHITECTURE Th ART The architecture The product or result of architectural work: buildings collectively and SCIENCE architecture A style or method of building characteristic of a people, place or time of DESIGNING architecture The proffession of designing buildings and other habitable environments and CONSTRUCTING architecture The conscious act of forming things resulting in a anything of coherent structure BUILDINGS Ching, Francis D., A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Van Nostrand Reinhold,1997.
  7. 7. looking and seeingIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  8. 8. Introduction to Architecture What isARCHITECTURE
  9. 9. Introduction to Architecture Architecture is ‘frozen music’…Really there is something in this; the tone of mind produced by architecture approaches the effect of music. music (attributed to) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  10. 10. Introduction to Architecture
  11. 11. Introduction to Architecture
  12. 12. Introduction to Architecture
  13. 13. firmitas, utilitas, venustas Introduction to Architecture Introduction to Architecture
  14. 14. processIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  15. 15. WHAT DESIGNERS DO.... Frank O. Gehry Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain, 1991-97 Tadao Ando Hompuku-ji Temple Awajishima, Japan 1989-90 Awajishima Japan, 1989 90 Zaha Hadid Vitra Fire StationWeil am Rhein, Germany, 1988-93 , y,
  16. 16. Eric Mendelson : Einstein Tower; Potsdam, Germany, 1920. , design sketch ... PASSING A WAY FROM THE FIRST SKETCH TO A DETAILED DRAFT ? Eric Mendelson : Einstein Tower; Potsdam, Germany, 1920. , photo of the building
  17. 17. material and construction Introduction to Architecture Introduction to Architecture
  18. 18. structureIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  19. 19. precedentIntroduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  20. 20. Introduction to Architecture Design and innovation builds on precedent, on ideas and concepts that have evolved over time. Architecture uses precedents from social and cultural history p y and applies these influences to contemporary buildings, forms and structures.Having a historical understanding of buildings is an essential part of architecturaldesign because it allows a relationship between the material, physical and formal developments that have been previously explored by other architects. Reacting against, or responding to these ideas has been the basis of architectural evolution. Lorraine Farrelly, The Fundamentals of Architecture
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  30. 30. meaning Introduction to ArchitectureIntroduction to Architecture
  31. 31. Introduction to ArchitectureArchitectural history as we know it has been written tacitly adhering to thecrudest version of the paradigm of communication: all the attention has beenfocused on the design of the new forms, none on their interpretation. It istime to realize, that even within the limits of the paradigm of communication,there should be a history of meaning, not only a history of forms. Juan Pablo Bonta
  32. 32. Introduction to Architecture You think philosophy is difficult enough,but I can tell you it is nothing to the difficulty of being a good architect. Ludwig Wittgenstein
  33. 33. Introduction Exam preparation: Professor s Professor’s lecture and presentation Ching, Francis D., A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1997., “Architecture”, pages: 10,11Farrelly, L. , The Fundamentals of Architecture, Ava Publishing , 2007., pages: 8 - 11; 34,35.
  34. 34. Prepared by: p yDr. Sc. Nermina Mujezinović architect hi

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