This essay focuses on an architectural practice from a list included here at the end of the syllabus and will analyze a particular building/project from this practice, which is already provided for you. This selected project will be studied through 10 different themes, ideas and concepts(we will discuss these in more detail during the first week
an architectural practice
****THIS ASSIGNEMT HAS 2 PARTS. THE LAST QUESTION IN PART 1 AND PART 2 COMPELETLY NEEDS TO BE DONE****
Firstly, the architecture that research should be about is ” FOA: Fukuyama Ferry Terminal, Japan”!!!!!
Secondly, The final project will be an individual visual portfolio.
Thirdly, Each student will choose an architectural practice from a list include here at the end of the syllabus
Further, and will analyze a particular building/project from this practice, which is already provided for you.
Moreover, This select project will be study through 10 different themes, ideas
and concepts(we will discuss these in more detail during the first week of class, to elaborate on each of these topics).
In addition, These issues include the contextual, spatial, compositional, material, programmatic analysis of the architecture, etc.
Lastly, This research will be particularly visual.
Furthermore, Students will develop diagrams, collages, drawings, brief texts to ‘unpack’ the most salient ideas behind these architectural works.
Moreover, Through 4theseexperimental visual systems, students will understand more meaningfully
Finally , how the architectural design process operates, across a variety of registers.
Additionally, This compendium of visual diagrams, photos, sketches, drawings -accompanied captions-will composes your final portfolio.
Finally, The main purpose of this class is to provoke each of you to critically
‘read’ an architectural project, to visually understand it, to analytically dissect it to understand its meaning.
****This assignment is about ” FOA: Fukuyama Ferry Terminal, Japan”*** ***
ONLY last question (based on the attached file) ***
all 10 categories