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  1. EXPRESSION OF FORM Architecture is a thing of art, a phenomenon of the emotions, lying outside questions of construction and beyond them. The purpose of construction is to make things hold together; of architecture to move us. Thomas Thiis Evensen

  2. DESCRIPTIVE REPRESENTATION OF A DESIGN PROCESS

  3. EXPRESSION OF FORM 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 2. About the Generation Phase in Design 3. About the Evaluation Phase in Design

  4. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.1. Gathering Data 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals 1.2.1. Utilitarian Purpose, Construction Performance, and Aesthetics 1.2.2. Formal Aesthetic Goals: Dealing with Extreme Order and Total Chaos 1.2.2.1. Simplicity and Complexity1.2.2.2. Regularity and Anomaly 1.2.2.3. Symmetrical Balance and Asymmetrical Balance 1.2.2.4. Uniformity and Contrast 1.3. Inferring a Formative Idea1.3.1. Metaphors 1.3.2. Design Paradigms

  5. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design1.1. GATHERING DATA: DESIGN CONSTRAINTS

  6. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.1. UTILITARIAN PURPOSE, CONSTRUCTION PERFORMANCE ANDAESTHETICS: DESIGN REQUIREMENTS

  7. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.1. MORE ABOUT UTILITARIAN PURPOSE, CONSTRUCTION PERFORMANCEAND AESTHETICS: EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC AESTHETICS

  8. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.1. MORE ABOUT UTILITARIAN PURPOSE, CONSTRUCTION PERFORMANCEAND AESTHETICS: EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC AESTHETICS

  9. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.1. MORE ABOUT UTILITARIAN PURPOSE, CONSTRUCTION PERFORMANCEAND AESTHETICS: EXPRESSION AND FORMAL AESTHETICS

  10. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. FORMAL AESTHETIC GOALS: DEALING WITH EXTREME ORDER ANDTOTAL CHAOS

  11. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. MORE ABOUT FORMAL AESTHETIC GOALS: DEALING WITH EXTREMEORDER AND TOTAL CHAOS

  12. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos1.2.2.1. SIMPLICITY AND COMPLEXITY

  13. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos1.2.2.1. MORE ABOUT SIMPLICITY AND COMPLEXITY

  14. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.2. REGULARITY AND ANOMALY

  15. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.2. MORE ABOUT REGULARITY AND ANOMALY

  16. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.3. SYMMETRICAL BALANCE AND ASYMMETRICAL BALANCE

  17. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.3. MORE … SYMMETRICAL BALANCE AND ASYMMETRICAL BALANCE

  18. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.3. UNIFORMITY AND CONTRAST

  19. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.2. Establishing Design Intentions or Goals1.2.2. Formal aesthetic Goals: dealing with extreme order and total chaos 1.2.2.3. MORE ABOUT UNIFORMITY AND CONTRAST

  20. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.1. METAPHORS

  21. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.1. MORE ABOUT METAPHORS

  22. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.2. DESIGN PARADIGMS

  23. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.2. MORE ABOUT DESIGN PARADIGMS

  24. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.2. MORE ABOUT DESIGN PARADIGMS

  25. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.2. MORE ABOUT DESIGN PARADIGMS

  26. 1. About the Planning Phase in Design 1.3. Inferring Formative Ideas1.3.2. MORE ABOUT DESIGN PARADIGMS

  27. 2. About the Generation Phase in Design • a. - Identification of the design elements • b. - Generation of the conceptual organization: • choosing the structure (the parti) • c. - Application of organizing principles • d. - Implementation of design manipulations • e. - Definition of formal relationships and joints

  28. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in Design 3.1. Performance Evaluation 3.2. Evaluation of Formal Aesthetics: Interpretation of Existential Expression and Symbolic Meaning

  29. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  30. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. MORE ABOUT EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  31. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. MORE ABOUT EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  32. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. MORE ABOUT EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  33. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. MORE ABOUT EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  34. 3. About the Evaluation Phase in design3.2. MORE ABOUT EVALUATION OF FORMAL AESTHETICS: INTERPRETATION OF EXISTENTIAL EXPRESSION AND SYMBOLIC MEANING

  35. References • Archetypes in Architecture, Thomas Thiis Evensen, ISBN 0-19-520819-6 • Architecture: Form, Space & Order, Francis Ching, ISBN 0-442-21535-5 • Design Paradigms, Warren Wake, ISBN 0-471-29976-6 • Elements of Architecture, Pierre Von Meiss, ISBN 0-747-60014-7 • Poetics of Architecture, Anthony Antoniades ISBN 0-442-23990-4 • Principles of Form and Design, Wucius Wong, ISBN 0-442-01405-8 • The Language of Architecture, Luning Prak.