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Reading Buildings (Wolkenstein)

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Furniture
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
http://voicethread.com/share/715320/
Maya Lin created an opening or a wound in the earth to symbolize the gravity of the loss of the soldiers.
Berlin
Holocaust
Memorial
Viet Nam Vets
Memorial
Which of these two 2 person chairs is designed for the room closer to the front door? Which one is for the downstairs
lounge?
Which one of these chairs is for being productive
in a meeting? Which one is for "chillin' with a cup of tea?"
What is did the designer think about the relationship between People and the Mystery? What do you SEE that suggests that?
What kind of building is this?
Reading Buildings, Furniture, and Monuments
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. What does the building "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it, or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
Hi. My name
is "Forward."
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about? Explain.


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity (to other
architecture) are present?
4. How does the building "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. Does the building "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. Does the building "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
Values?
God?
God?
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. Does the furniture "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
FORM FOLLOWS FUNCTION
Usually.
Temple Grandin
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. What does the memorial "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
2. What QOLS are the Architect/Designer
concerned about?


1. What strikes you? (Features, patterns, surprises, emotions)
3. What continuities/breaks in continuity are
present?
4. What does the memorial "tell you" about the values of
the designer, the civilization that built it,or the users?
Prompts for helping you read a building.
NOW, you try!
Go to http://bit.ly/amazingbuildings
OR http://bit.ly/beautifulbuildingsv2
or weird furniture at http://bit.ly/creativefurniture
or http://bit.ly/amazingsculptures

WHAT is the purpose of a chair?
Can it have more
than one purpose?
Temple
Grandin designed
a humane restraint.
She also designed
the chair.
For students: how do I "read buildings?"
1. What struck you? 2. What QOLS? 3. Continuity and Break in Continuity with other designs 4. What are the values of the designer and people who use the building/furniture/sculptures?
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