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Architectural Design I

Principles of form, space and order
The Creation of Form


Form is one of the basic building blocks in architecture. I constructed additives forms,  subtractive forms, forms that are both additive and subtractive. Each of the forms are related to one another. They are not be separated, independent objects on a plane. They interact, interlock and create spaces and objects

Defining Space With Planes

Planes are one of simplest architectural elements that can create spaces.

Spaces have three dimensional properties that include: length, width and height. Three dimensional variations of the square undergo interactions to reflect program and contextual needs.



I Applied the following ordering and organizing concepts: Hierarchy, Datum, Ciculation, and Spatial Relationships. I did not designed a real house.

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