Clay Studies

Pattern Abstraction

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Motus

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Letter Facade_Durer's Letter

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Cube Redux

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Free Planes_Tectonics Studies & Folded plane_Space Creation

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Cube Unfold

Cube Substraction

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Final Compostion

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Sketch

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Review

Students 

 

  FALL 2013    Daniel Aminov, Yazmin Avalos Rios, Marco Dwyer, Steven Edwards, Steevenson Jean Louis, Richard Lucas, Stefan Maragh, Caitlin Mcmanus, Thomas Ortiz, Krishendat Rambharose, Freddy Reyes, Corey Roberts, Jeffrey Rodriguez, Cristian Romero, Yennifer Suero, Marcos Villa, Tenzin Wangchuk, Alan Xicohtencatl, Samantha Yu, Jesus Alvarez, Edgar Carrillo, Daniel Castillo, Daniel Castillo, Slava Colombo, Matthew Colon, Tristen Demmett, Yi Jiang, Melanie Louie, Javier Morelos, Joel Nunez, Daniel Oomman, Demetri Parker, Stephany Paulino, Farjana Shati, Yefeng Yan.

Architectural Design Studio & Visual Studies
 

Loukia Tsafoulia

CUNY / New York City College of Technology / Architectural  Technology _ ARCH 1110_Design Foundations I

Severino Alfonso

CUNY / New York City College of Technology / Architectural  Technology _ ARCH 1191_Visual Studies I

 

 Overview  

 

Architectural Design I is the first course in the one-year foundation sequence which increases the student’s ability to perceive visual cues, create visual design, formulate concepts, and render ideas in two and  three dimensions. The course introduces the students to a series of conceptual, compositional, and tectonic principles that inform 2 and 3-dimensional design. The Design Studio is linked with Visual Studies course emphasizing the cross polination of digital and analog means in the architectural design. Students use a combination of hand and digital skills to aid in the creation and interpretation of three dimensional objects and space.

 

Presentation 

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The final presentation  includes both the Design Foundation Section's Analog Material as well as a nicely curated book with all the projects produced as part of the linked Visual Studies Course.

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