Tuesday, November 19, 2013

tips for your projective model

Take specific ideas or actions from your ‘site reading’ study: 
layering/ boundary/ barrier / densification/ path/ surface / warping/ line/modulation/ space and refuge / microclimate / flow/ texture/ light/ shade ...
spatial conditions determined by movement, approach, spatial experience...
develop a projective model that explore such thematic ideas or strategies associated with the site. 
Or suggest projected conditions that rethink the relationship between gravity, surface and movement. You can possibly identify each of these conditions by words that are familiar; tower, bridge, cantilever, float, balance, passage, shelter... 
for example, the model could suggest a condition in relation to the ground in terms of stable or unstable, or tweaking of movement from horizontal to vertical, ect.. 

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