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How to process my Graduation project

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How to process my Graduation project

Describe your dream project
in 5 minutes

Spaceship
Glimpse !!
Thesis (1st semester)


Project Design (2nd semester)

Vision
What am I designing?
But how?!
Vision
Guidance


Plan
Vision
Idea of the project
'Methodology '
What is the project
'Project decision '
Inspirations
'pictures'
Research
What
Why
How
what does the project do?
The aspiration of the project?
Mission?
what is the project?
Great importance of the project?
Guidance
'Everyone
needs
an editor '


Tim Foote
Heart
Brain
Professor
Vision
Guidance
Plan
Import architecture as ar.

Base unit=ar. get object (plan)

For I in range (0, n, 1):

……For j in range (1, n, 1):

…………for k in range (0, n, 1):

………………reference point [I, j, k]

………………Move object= ar. copy object (base unit, reference point)

………………scale work factor= k/5

………………ar. Scale object plan (move object, reference point ,[scale work factor, scale work factor, scale work factor])

Vision
Gaudiness
Plan
'k'
'j'
'i'
Vision
Inspirations
'pictures'
Research
What
Why
How
what does the project do?
The aspiration of the project?
Mission?
what is the project?
Great importance of the project?
Data collection
Who does what?
Infront of jury
Behind the scenes
Me
Site analysis
1-
History
of the chosen
site
.

2-
Natural physical
analysis.

3-
Techno-physical
analysis.

4- Site
conclusions
.
Site decision
-always
go back
to your
Vision
and
idea
-
Context preservative

-
Context superimposition

'Synthesizing the propositions'
'Synthesizing through analysis '
Reformulate
'work in parallel not in sequence'
practice and patience
Executive summary
Analysis
'
Backbone
of what to do'
it
fills
in the
gaps
of that
skeleton
The more you
analyze
the more you
define
your task
Key words
Sketches
"How to
transform
something direct into
architecture
and metaphorically understand what the
keyword
you chose
reflects
"
keywords
Through analysis you are trying to
find qualities
that enables you to
transform
these qualities into
form.
Sketches

Secret ingredients to a perfect magic spell

wohooooo!!
you are crazy!!
Through analysis you
transform Unquantifiable
and very abstract ideas into something you can
grasp and design

Analysis
Choose the site that
Best fittest
the design
goals
and
objectives
and misson
idea
: Concrete and specific thoughts after observation.

vision
: Notions that are unsubstantiated and hold germs of truth and "vague idea".
Design goals:
are specific goals that spell out the intentions and plans
Objectives:
How the goals are attained
Mission:
your generic process where it can be applied on any project.
Definitions
Site analysis
Converting
gathered data into design
information
, allowing goals and objectives to be
formed logically
with
high objectivity
.

Starting site analysis
-Role
organization
(group).

-Be very
systematic
(group/individual).

-Understand and
grasp your site
(group/individual).

-Gathering data in terms of
quantity and quality
(group/individual).

-Live the environmental context in terms of
your vision
(group/individual).

-
don’t copy/paste
a site analysis (group/individual).

-
Check list.

1- History of the site chosen

Understanding your site from a
historic point of view
where this might reveal/
uncover a secret
that will help you in your design.

(advise: have conversation with the
native inhabitants
)


2- Natural physical analysis
2.2.1 Location .
2.2.2 Approach and accessibility.
2.2.3 Traffic circulation flow.
2.2.4 Street hierarchy.
2.2.5 Land use.
2.2.6 Building heights .
2.2.7 Building regulation .
2.2.8 Site dimensions.
2.2.9 Topography .
2.2.10 Slope percentage .
2.2.11 Site sections.
2.2.12 Site vegetation.
2.2.13 Wind direction.
2.2.14 Sun path diagram on site.
2.2.15 Sun path diagram.
2.2.16 Climatic diagrams.
2.2.17 Views from the site.
2.2.18 Views toward the site.
2.2.19 Views.

3.1 Site landmarks.
3.2 Building typology .
3.3 Solid and void .
3.4 Figure ground .
3.5 Public/private parking .
3.6 Institutions .

3-Techno-physical analysis.
Site conclusions/precepts
Site analysis bumps
-
Time consuming
.

-Tricky and
Vogue
.

-"
Start
" is always the
hardest
to start with.

-Managing
immense
amount of
information
and being able to grasp it.

-
Donkey work
.
Vision
Guidance
Plan
Reformulate
'
work
in
parallel
not in sequence'
Form
demonstrates
your
idea
and idea
supports
your
form
.

Dr. Saleem Dahabreh

Thesis
project design
Thesis
project design
Design situation
Data collection
Data analysis
Research
Goals development
Alternatives generation
Alternative development
Evaluation
Implementation
Goals development
Group work
"Design phase"
Sketches
Case studies
Program

Formal analysis

Structural analysis


Technological analysis

Conceptual analysis

Contextual analysis

Functional analysis
Understanding the
formal logic
of the building will assets in
identifying
a certain
relationship
between the elements at a
certain time
.
Learning the
deformation
of the
structure
and their
combination
with the
materiality
to deform in a specific manner, and to build on a building out of structure.
Using
technology
to advance the building and build it in a futuristic structure, through the study of the lifecycle of the project and represent it in a growing ,transforming form.
Understanding the
theoretical

approach
of the
design
. how did he
think
about the
project
.
The study of such
constituent parts
and their
interrelationships
in making up a
whole
.
the core of which is formed by the study of
vector spaces
endowed with some kind of
limit-related structure
(e.g. inner product, norm, topology,,as its a branch of mathematical analysis.
Organizational chart
Areas percentage
3D zonning
Unit interaction
Special organization sketch
'Transforming
knowledge
and information into
form
through
space
and
volume
'
Start sketching
Advice


-Work
hard
.

-
Organize
everything.

-Be
patient
.

-
Love
what you do.

-
Believe
in you and
your work.





-
Feed back

-
Dream
big

-
Discipline

-
Supervision


-Grave for
success

-
Help
when you have
extra

time
.
Don't give up
Because you
can do it!!!

Introduction
Arch.Rasha al-shami

- B.Sc. in
Architecture
from the Department of Architecture at the University
of Jordan in 2015.

-Won several
architectural competitions
and got
published
over several respectable
web-based architectural site

-Interests are in
theory
,
morphology
, and
parametric
architecture
.

-
Founding partner
of
90 degrees Design Studio
.

-
3d developer
and
photoshop teacher
.

-
Motivational speaker
.

-
Architecture activist
.
Competitions types
-
Competition
websites.

-
Publishing
websites.

International : Arch 20/IS Arch /Evolo/Bustler/Super architects /koozarch/Superskyscrapper

Local+Regional: I-sustain/CSBE omrania
-offer
opportunities

-
Compare
your level

-bring
positive attention
to a project

-Introduced to
Design World

-
Realization of
Possibilities


Prestige
&
Honor
Competition benefits
Select your advisor
Your type of “
A
” depends on your advisor that
you
selected
The more you
work
,the more you
intrigue
your advisor
Data analysis
Jurors/Juries
-You are
not going to war
so relax!!!

-Don’t use
complex words
.

-
Explain
your project in a
narrative
and
discuss
it with jury
members.

-Don’t be
offensive
or
defensive
.

-
Understand
your
juror’s
point of view.

-Always
write notes
in juries.

-It’s
your project
and you can
choose
whether to
listen
to your jurors or not but it doesn’t always mean that
you will be right
!!!

Goals development
Design phase
-Case studies

-Site

-Program

-Vision

Evaluation
Dose it
fit
my
goals
and vision.

Bring in
jurors comments
.

Participate
in a
competitions
to have an
external evaluation
.
"Goals
transforms
into
concept
"
-Design situation.

-Data collection/analysis.

-Goals development.

-Design phase (Redesign).

-Evaluation.

-Implementation.
Choose your group/individual




Choice making
Advsior
Group/Individual

-For guidance and great project.

-To be left alone.

-For mark.

Selection criteria
Group:

Individual:


-
Don’t
choose a
friend,
Unless you can
separate
between friendship and work


-Organize
time
.


-Everyone in the group must
know everything
about the project.


-Possible
fights


-concentrate on work (Girls work)


- concentrate on work (Boys work)


-3 in 1

-Transform into
zombie

-
No fun

-Do
what you want
whenever you want

-Organize your
time*3

-You are
responsible
of what you do



Jurors
Client



Critiquing what
YOU
present
and debating what
YOU
want


Critiquing, requesting
and debating what
HE/SHE

wants
Special organization
of the program
Space and circulation
Conceptual Form
Special atmosphere
Developed Form
Secrets to success
-
Monitoring
websites

-
Presentation
skills

-Think Big and bring in
new ideas

-Choose The
Right Competition

- Make It A
Win-Win
Situation

Evaluation
Alternatives generation
Alternative development
Alternative 01
Alternative 02

Alternative 03
Thank you
Girls
Boys
Boys
Boys
Mathematical sequence
Synthesizing
through
analysis

=


Recomposing
my
problem

vs
-Don’t be
conventional
be "
invent-tonal"
.

-Combination of systems
also the model was
combination of materials
.

-
Laser cutting
and
CNC machinery
and
manual cutting
.

-Model is
expressive
of the forces that lay underneath it (
story
of its
making
).

-Take
precautions
and always have a
contingency plan

MODEL
Individual work
how i see me
how people see me
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