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AS91629  Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice

Read the task carefully before you begin the tasks below.

Task 1:  Title Page
Create a title page with:
Standard number
Title
Your name

Task 2:  Brief and Specifications

Copy your brief and specifications

Task 3: Architectural Inspiration
Explore well known Architects and choose two that appeal to you.
Create a collage of the Architect's designs that appeal to you with comments
Make notes on what inspires your Architect (their philosophy)
Show the key features of their designs

Task 4: Ideation

Sketch initial ideas that are inspired from your Architect research and develop an inspiration from nature..

Task 5:  Research sustainable architecture
Research what is available and analyse what you could include in your design.

Task 6: Investigate/Research - analysising design context

Carry out a site investigation:
Explore and identify the opportunities and/or constraints
consider indoor and outdoor spaces
photograph it
reasearch weather/climate considerations
measure it
what is it currently used for - functional
what could it be used for - functional
explore positive and negative aesthetics
look at environmental factors: physical surroundings and existing features, views, access, topography
record the opportunities/constraints
what human factors need to be considered
present and potential usage
think about the design of the inside and outside spaces, which includes: architectural, interior design and landscape architecture
Explore the wider environmental conditions, e.g. legal, ethica
l, cultural, historical, economic and technological factors.

Sun shade canopy

Task 7: Site Environment
Draw up your proposed site to scale
Include a photograph showing exiting site and areas to be changed with measurements.

Task 8: Concepts
Draw up a variety of External/Internal concepts
explain the main features of your selected idea(s)
and the potential of your ideas for further development
analyise the opportunities and constraints
include ergonomic considerations

Task 9: Development
Research the work of other designers, user needs, construction methods, and architectural materials

Integrate aspects of the wider environmental conditions and human factors relating to the design in the development of your idea(s).

Identify the good/bad features of your design.
Justify your design in terms of the opportunities and constraints.


Task 8: Modelling

Task 9: Final Design
Final floor plan to scale

Task 10: Evaluation




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