Category Archives: IAR202

Designer Bio: Draft 2

During the course of this semester I would like to improve upon the skills I already posses, develop new skills as a designer, improve my ability to communicate my ideas clearly, and to improve upon my understanding of how the … Continue reading

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Whole> the sum of its parts: space 1

As an extension of my concept word of “pendulate,” I chose to design my first space using the idea of mood swings and the progression of these positive, and/or negative feelings from one extreme to the other over an extended … Continue reading

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Whole> the sum of its parts: space 2

I chose to design my second space as a means of exploring the geometry of the arch. This relates to pendulation in that a pendulum, as it swings, creates an implied curve. I wanted to embody this idea in one … Continue reading

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Whole> the sum of its parts: space 3

In my third space, my concept revolves around the passage of time. Like my second space, this one also makes reference to the implied arch of a swinging pendulum, but the main focus of the project is on the unchanging … Continue reading

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A Narrative of Space: No. 1

For the longest and the narrowest of the three of my spaces I tried to move away from the idea of the literal swinging of a pendulum and/or the passage of time by representing yet another immaterial notion, the continuous … Continue reading

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A Narrative of Space: No. 3

The third of my three spaces that I designed is based on evolution and the representation of the immaterial concept of the passage of time by the physical swinging of the pendulum. In this space I utilized the kit of … Continue reading

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A Narrative of Space: No. 2

The second of my three spaces utilizes the kit of parts which includes a single wall and two columns. My concept for this space takes into account the geometry of the implied arch a swinging pendulum makes. This can be … Continue reading

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