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Architectural design / Jane Anderson

By: Anderson, Jane, 1973-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Basics architecture: 03Publisher: Lausanne : La Vergne, TN : AVA Academia ; Distributed in the USA & Canada by Ingram Publisher Services, c2011Edition: 1st edDescription: 183 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 23 cmISBN: 9782940411269; 9782940439454Subject(s): Architectural designDDC classification: 720.28 LOC classification: NA2750 | .A543 2011
Contents:
The design studio -- Emergence of the design studio -- The Bauhaus: preliminary course -- Architectural education -- Architectural association: student pavilions -- Design studio projects -- Zaha Hadid: MAXXI Museum of century arts -- The design process -- Problem solving -- NL architects: prisma housing -- Developing a concept -- Klein Dytham architecture: billboard building -- Finding a process -- SHoP architects PC: 290 Mulberry -- The design project -- Clients, users and brief -- Site, context and place -- Initial ideas -- Development and detail -- Construction and occupation
Summary: Architecture titles are designed to provide visual arts students with a theoretical and practical exploration of each of the fundamental topics within the discipline of architecture. Packed with examples from students and professionals and fully illustrated with clear diagrams and inspiring imagery, they offer an essential exploration of the subjectSummary: Architectural Design explains the mysterious and little-discussed process of designing architectural projects. It sets architectural design education within its context by describing the design studio and explaining the activities that take place there. The realities of the design process and the relationship between education and practice are explored in detail. The book describes each stage of development, from concept through to completion. and includes interviews with leading architectural practices. Through discussion and case studies, Basics Architecture: Architectural Design allows you to develop a personal approach to architectural design, based on your own values, skills and preoccupationsSummary: Ethical practice is well known, taught and discussed in the domains of medicine, law, science and sociology but was, until recently, rarely discussed in terms of the Applied Visual Arts. Yet design is becoming an increasingly integral part of our everyday lives and its influence on our society ever-more prevalentSummary: AVA Publishing believes that our world needs integrity; that the ramifications of our actions upon others should be for the greatest happiness and benefit of the greatest number. We do not set ourselves out as arbiters of what is�� good' or�� bad', but aim to promote discussion in an organised fashion for an individual's understanding of their own ethical inclinationSummary: By incorporating a 'working with ethics' section and cover stamp on all our titles, AVA Publishing aims to help a new generation of students, educators and practitioners find a methodology for structuring their thoughts and reflections in this vital area.--Book Jacket
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Includes bibliographical references and index

The design studio -- Emergence of the design studio -- The Bauhaus: preliminary course -- Architectural education -- Architectural association: student pavilions -- Design studio projects -- Zaha Hadid: MAXXI Museum of century arts -- The design process -- Problem solving -- NL architects: prisma housing -- Developing a concept -- Klein Dytham architecture: billboard building -- Finding a process -- SHoP architects PC: 290 Mulberry -- The design project -- Clients, users and brief -- Site, context and place -- Initial ideas -- Development and detail -- Construction and occupation

Architecture titles are designed to provide visual arts students with a theoretical and practical exploration of each of the fundamental topics within the discipline of architecture. Packed with examples from students and professionals and fully illustrated with clear diagrams and inspiring imagery, they offer an essential exploration of the subject

Architectural Design explains the mysterious and little-discussed process of designing architectural projects. It sets architectural design education within its context by describing the design studio and explaining the activities that take place there. The realities of the design process and the relationship between education and practice are explored in detail. The book describes each stage of development, from concept through to completion. and includes interviews with leading architectural practices. Through discussion and case studies, Basics Architecture: Architectural Design allows you to develop a personal approach to architectural design, based on your own values, skills and preoccupations

Ethical practice is well known, taught and discussed in the domains of medicine, law, science and sociology but was, until recently, rarely discussed in terms of the Applied Visual Arts. Yet design is becoming an increasingly integral part of our everyday lives and its influence on our society ever-more prevalent

AVA Publishing believes that our world needs integrity; that the ramifications of our actions upon others should be for the greatest happiness and benefit of the greatest number. We do not set ourselves out as arbiters of what is�� good' or�� bad', but aim to promote discussion in an organised fashion for an individual's understanding of their own ethical inclination

By incorporating a 'working with ethics' section and cover stamp on all our titles, AVA Publishing aims to help a new generation of students, educators and practitioners find a methodology for structuring their thoughts and reflections in this vital area.--Book Jacket

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