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INTRODUCTION

When designing in Interior architecture, there is a diversity of forces influencing and driving a design. In the context of interior architecture, a force has the power to influence, affect or control through action or movement. More specifically an external force refers to a global, national or local influence which causes change to the research, design and building of an interior and can be interpreted as either a beneficial driver or unfavourable barrier. However not only does external forces impact the design of an interior but the experience of it which can be defined as “an event or occurrence that leaves an impression on someone."(reference). In relation to projects J, M, P and R, the experiences investigated in these projects are diverse (see figure 1), all of which have external forces impacting them. It is evident that external forces such as site, technology and sustainability are common influences determining how occupants experience the interior as displayed in figure 2. (this was quickly done therefore crappy feel free to change/finish)
the is awesome

Technology
(Global)

Define
Global: Past, Present and Future

TO DO FOR FRIDAY

intro your research project
how external forces apply to your own project
can start diagramming shiz if anyone has time for that
(aint no body got time for that)
Assignment One: External Forces 15%

2000 word essay (500 each) (No more than 10% over or under)

Include examples/ case studies/ diagrams and issues.

Title: experience*
Experiencing External Forces
Interesting, informative, clear and concise- focus on topic and context

Abstract (500)
Concise summary of external forces impacting research projects; and key themes, selected focus of investigation

Definition of External forces
Summary of external forces relating to experience
Announce 4 topics (themes) Who what when why?
Re-summarize. How do they all link together and why it is important to write about this topic (Objectives) - Clearly state and outline focus of investigation.

Introduction
Objectives and focus of investigation - Clearly state and outline focus of investigation. Add context, relevance.
- setting, sustainability and technology : 200
4 projects

Paragraph 1:

Site/ Setting (Local)
(Insert jpeg definition)
Pia’s project rural location.
- What materials, trades and services are available to rural environment. What materials that are available and also suit the environment.


Paragraph 2 Technology
(Insert jpeg definition)
What
Global/ national . Locsl
Past present/ future
Project 1 link
Oriject 2
Tie back setting - 300

Paragraph 3 Sustainability
(Insert jpeg definition)


Conclusion 400
Intro
About IA
“External factors that position your project within the greater context.”
Force (definition)
External Force (definition)
Similarities of our group; experience (define)
“An event or occurrence that leaves an impression on someone.”
Technology, Sustainability, Site.
Why we need to understand this topic: IA context Perth/Students/Professionals
In order to apply knowledge.. Introduce each person + topic
How this essay reads, what it included.

WORD LIMITS
450 Introduction
400 Site
400 Environmental Sustainability
400 Technology
350 Conclusion

Intro project
'In the Light of Stress' was an investigation of how light can work in hand with other elements to be used as a facilitator for stress relief. In exploring theories of ecology, psychology, colour and sound in relation to lighting, it established a brief of requirements to satisfy the targeted student clientele and how they may experience an interior. This established the need to design an 'escape' that students can immerse themselves into, experiencing light in junction with other elements to provide a means of stress relief

Intro forces
However there are external forces such as site and technology that will drive the design process as they will largely impact the experience of the interior. The site will act as an external force determining how the design will be shaped in junction to its orientation in relation to the sun and its access to natural light. In doing this it will impact the experience of the interior in relation to the designed layout and exposure to light. In regards to technology, it will drive the lighting design as fundamentally, the availability of lighting technologies and programming will determine how one will experience the interior.
INTRODUCTION
Maddy Dillon's 'Making: the Art of Craftsmanship' [Project M] focuses on the significance of craftsmanship in the modern age and how technology has potentially inhibited its importance. This research analyses the experience conjured from this process for both the lay person and the designer.
INTRODUCTION

Rheanna Carton's project 'Immersive Interiors' [Project R] is an explorative investigation into immersive sensorial experiences. Opportunities for an interior space to create contemplative moments are understood through phenomenological studies of consciousness and perception. Exploration into how human senses are able to enhance or control an occupant’s experience are explored through ephemeral qualities of space and controlled design aesthetics.
Site
(Local)
Pia
Rheanna
Jenna


Sustainability
(National)
Maddy
Pia


Technology
(Global)
Maddy (past/present)
Jenna (present)
Rheanna (present/future)

Pia's Project INTRO

‘ARTiculating Interiors’ is a responsive design project that reflects haptic use and the self-expressive nature of occupation. Project ‘AI’ is the design of a private art residence located in Borden, South West Australia.The client is just one of the many local artists who draws inspiration from their surrounding rural landscape. Positioned by a secluded and abandoned railway, Project ‘IA’ blurs the boundaries between art and architecture. It challenges static design by providing an interactive and sensory driven studio, which responds to occupancy and its environment. The buildings ephemeral qualities are designed to unleash the artists creativity and also exist as a kinetic art sculpture in its own right.
Site - Local

The remote location of Project ‘AI’ is a major external force informing the design of the art studio. Logistics and limited access to materials and services is an everyday battle for country builders and designers. Project ‘AI’ is located 400km from perth and 115km from Albany, therefore transporting materials to site is a timely and expensive process. Although the project intends to use as many materials from the existing site, a large majority of materials will still need to be transported to site.

The location of the site also means it will be difficult to access a large range of services and trades. The designer must consider which specific trades and services are available or restricted. These limitations also become a time issue because trade companies often travel through regional areas according to demand and surrounding jobs. Therefore the project could be put on hold and as a result, restrict other trades and building progress. The selection of materials will greatly influence the qualitative experience of the design.
When designing in Interior Architecture, there is a diversity of forces influencing and driving a design. In this context, a force has the power to influence, affect or control through action or movement. More specifically an external force refers to a global, national or local influence which causes change to the research, design and building of an interior. They can be interpreted as either a beneficial driver or unfavourable barrier. However, external forces not only impact the design of an interior but also the experience of it. This can be defined as “an event or occurrence that leaves an impression on someone.”(reference). The experiences investigated in projects J, M, P and R are diverse (see figure 1), but hold unity in common impacting external forces. It is evident that factors such as site, technology and sustainability are reoccurring elements determining how occupants experience the interior as displayed in figure 2.
Interior architecture can be affected by a variety of forces that may impact or drive a design. A force can be defined as having the power to influence, affect or control through action or movement. In the context of Interior Architecture, an external force refers to a local, national or global influence which causes change to the research, design or building of an interior.
Project ‘AI’ relies on the sites natural environment and therefore should be environmentally responsible and resource-efficient. However the transportation of sustainable materials from Perth to Borden may counteract the sustainable products energy rating once they reach site. Therefore it is important to determine whether it is more energy efficient to use less sustainable materials that are closer to site, than more sustainable materials from Perth.

Availability of sustainable materials vs transport of available materials
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