As we arrive at the last few sentences of the final thesis conversation, it becomes evident that the project holds some ground. The foothold that it finds, is a way of working that relies on exploration, discovery, challenges, failures and the architect to develop an informative design process. Drawings, models, and full scale prototypes become a synthetic medium in which the architect is able to discover new opportunity from real world experiences. Often in academia we find that speculation and observation generate designs both past and present, formulated along side the ambitions of case studies or nearby peers. This methodology hopes to bring new light and fresh air to students and possibly practitioners. It singles out the architect, enabling them to becomes inhabitants of the spaces they create, in order to inform the design decisions they will continue to make.
May 10, 2012 by Leave a Comment