Resolve an ongoing problem Giulia Miglioranza Workshop by Daniel Eatock IUAV, clasVEM, aa 2007-2008

During the first lesson, all the students tried to give a good arrangement to our new classroom. There was 19 tables and we had to arrange them in 4 groups of 10 students. Moreover we had to give a working table to Daniel and Flavia. We made a lot of projects but they didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t work. It is not simple to arrange all the tables in a functional way, because we are numerous, tables are cumbersome and in the middle of the room there are two columns that block the way. My task was to resolve an ongoing problem. I thought that a good idea was to resolve the problem of the arrangement of our studio. Therefore I misured the room, I drew its plan and I started to think about the problemâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s solution. I planned some arrangements. During the next lesson I decided with Daniel which was the best one and then we moved the tables.

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* First solution 1 eatock + 1 flavia + 40 students = 42 working area / (17 working tables + 2 common tables)

* Second solution 1 eatock + 1 flavia + 40 students = 42 working area / (17 working tables + 2 common tables)

* Third solution 1 eatock + 1 flavia + 40 students = 42 working area / (17 working tables + 2 common tables)

* The winner solution 1 eatock + 1 flavia + 40 students = 42 working area / (15 working tables + 2 common tables)

In this arrangment there are 15 tables where each student has his personal working area. With this arrangement there is a lot of free space and I think it works.

There are three common tables where we can meet to talk about our works, to have a comparison and to create new ideas together. In these tables Daniel and Flavia have their working area. Since these three tables are in the middle of the room, Daniel can climb them and talk with all of us.

It works!

Resolve an ongoing problem

Project 2 by Giulia Miglioranza Workshop by Daniel Eatock 2008

Resolve an ongoing problem

Project 2 by Giulia Miglioranza Workshop by Daniel Eatock 2008

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