PERMEABLE INTERACTION

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MIDTERM FEEDBACK

1. Why the age component?

A. Families are in need too. Not just singles.

 

2. Breakdown the relationship within the Catalan culture?. Add in more info about the culture and family dynamics

 

3. How and where do gatherings occur? How does this play out for the site?

Scenarios:

a. Individual men in line?

b.Communal activity?

ex. mealtime making is a family activity, so how can that support architecturally?

 

4. Bob liked :

a. the PS1 – Pole Dance case study and how there is an arch. form and the way it supports/influences the social aspect.

b. Testing the wall assembly with colors, size of aperture openings,stacking and relating this to age component or the height difference(kid height vs adult height)

 

 

 

 

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One response to “PERMEABLE INTERACTION

  1. i agree with Bob’s comments at number 4 above.

    the images with your hands moving the blue material is interesting. is it possible that an external force causes it to open and close? or do you fix it with variations. your last images are good.
    try a different overall form/organization. how does it assemble in 3D overall?
    how does each unit exist in 3D? What type of material- plywood?

    if its for kids, maybe playfulness of seeing through it is helpful for the affect. Pole Dance is interesting. do you have an element, food or faces that go in the openings- some way of engagement as Bob mentions.

    good exercise work! now really explore how to focus and drive forward. keep going!

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