i choose my qualifier to be Balance. Qualifier means how i want to show how the

i choose my qualifier to be Balance. Qualifier means how i want to show how the building is connected to my qualifier.
1. Research / Context – with correct citations
*FOR DIRECT QUOTES – use quotation marks and cite the
source/author in in-article citations in APA style to to agree with your APA
Style Reference List/Bibiliography.
**FOR IMAGES and DIAGRAMS – use (FIG. X -(number)) with a title
under each image, and APA citation adjacent to your image and include source in
your in LIST OF IMAGES/REFERENCE LIST at the end of your paper in APA style.
Describe in text, and with the project’s critical information
such as:
·
Project Designer /
Architect / Artist. Introduce and provide relevant background of their approach
and practice.
·
Report on designer’s
intent, client information, any reporting or reviews that critique the project,
information about the project’s place in a larger context of its time or
in dialog with other designers’ body of work.
·
Relevant Design Issues
·
HIGH QUALITY and
READABLE Critical Drawings i.e. plans, sections, elevation, special details
·
2 Exterior and 2
Interior Images
2. Analysis
Describe in written text, your interpretation of the project’s
intention through a critical analysis. This analysis should explain and help
justify why this project is relevant to your studies.
Support your analysis with QUOTES (cited correctly), IMAGES
(cited correctly) and through DIAGRAMS, the various design components of the
project based on the criteria above. These diagrams should explain and help
justify why this project is relevant to your design intent. These diagrams, in
addition to relevant images and quotes should support your analysis.This
analysis can be based on the list below:
Context (diagrams that you can use: Site
Plan, Plan, Elevation, Section)
– Historical, time period
– Site, neighborhood, usage
– Nature vs. Built
– Landscape
Building and Spatial Function (diagrams
that you can use: Plan, Axon, or Section)
– Public vs. Private
– Building Program (types and what are the
spaces used for?)
Circulation (diagrams that you can
use: Plan, Axon, or Section)
– Main circulation vs. sub circulation
– Egress
– Approach to building from site
Geometry (diagrams that you can use: Site
Plan, Plan, Section, Elevation)
– Patterns, textures
– Building Parti
– Site/Landscape
– How form was made/ Form manipulation
Massing (diagrams that you can use: Plan,
Axon, Elevation, Section)
– Exterior language of the building or site
– Building base and “skin”/facade
– Enclosure and Exposure
– Interior volumetric massing (solid vs. void,
shape/geometry)
– Transparencies/voids/openings
Natural Light and Ventilation ( diagrams
that you can use: Plan, Axon, or Section)
– Sunlight path
– Light exposure
– Shade and Shadow
– Air flow
3. Position Statement (Conclusion)
Describe in written text, your position on this project, explain
how this project affects your studies, given your new knowledge of this
project. Answer the question: “So what?” Conclude by going through
your case study report, highlighting the key ideas related to your qualifier
and intent. Summarize these key ideas and how this case study provided guidelines
that will help you make design decisions that may/are relevant to your design
intent.
4. Bibliography and List of Images

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