Foundations of Design : REPRESENTATION, SEM1, 2017 M4 JOURNAL - FRAME vs FIELD He Yan

(student number 980426) Talia Stoch + Studio 22

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WEEK 9 READING: PERSPECTIVE AS SYMBOLIC FORM

Question 1: What are Durerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rules for perspectival projection? (Maximum 100 words) There are three Durerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rules for perspectival projection. The first one is that all the perpendiculars are intersact at the central vanishing point. The second rule is that all paralleles no matter from which direction have a vanishing point commonly. The third rule is that the equivalent would reduce as the object goes further away in the space.

Question 2: Describe homogenous space? (Maximum 100 words)

Homogenous space is a kind of mathematical space which every point in it are drew similarly in all directions and magnitudes. Any shape could be created in any sort of desire form in the homogenous space, however, there are limits due to the rules and restrictions of reality.

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INVISIBLE CITY: THEODORA

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isometric without annotations

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Hidden Cities 4: tHeodora

Key Movement Looking Space Light & Dark Passage of time Mood/Feeling Crowds/People 0

1m

2.5m

5m

Camera Position

isometric with annotations and scale

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QUAD PERSPECTIVE 1 + 2 Perspective 01 This perspective suits the secen which is the people in the city of Theodora reordered their city and they are enjoying the superficial peace. New babies and hope coming to the city.

Perpective 02 This perspective shows the secen that some forgotten fauna like dragon,eagle and unicorn start to coming back to city from the hiding places. The people are facing dangers. This perspective reveal that their peaceful life are starting to fade away.

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PERSPECTIVE SCENE 1 + 2 Perspective one: false reality The whole scene shows the false reality. After fighting with the aggressor, citizens start to live a peaceful life. People survive the disaster and a new city has been reestablished. The several books on the ground in order to recall what is the fauna. Newborns bring hope to the city. As we could see childrens being nursed in motherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s arm. Children grows up with the carefully care. However, dangerous lurking in the dark. The sphinxes is hiding behind the columns. Moreover, the eagles bring some bad news which is reaveled above the roof prediting that the disaster is about to come again.

Perspective two: preparing for the fight The fire dragon and unicorn and some other forgotten fauna are exposed slowly. The comign of condors some misfortune must have befallen this city once again. Three men in the picture are aware of the risk. The dark clouds slowly gather. A feeling of anxiety and panic filled the city.

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WEEK 10 READING: MAPPING THE UNMAPPABLE ON NOTATION

Question 1: What is the difference between autographic and allographic practice? The difference between autographic and allographic practice is that the aspect of authenticity. The autographic practice are based on the contact its creator directly, which means the designers have a really important role in the process. However, the allographic practice could be developed with the help of notations rather than depending on the creator.

Question 2: Why do architects need new representational techniques? New representational techniques are needed because that the architects need to address the social context as well as the time into their creation in order to make sure the ralevance. The creation beyong the shape and image need more effective tools and techniques to support.

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FINAL DRAWINGS Hidden Cities 4: tHeodora HE YAN, 980426

Key Movement Looking Space

In my isometric drawings, the notations tell the same story as the scenes which is illustrated in my perspectives graphically. The camera position shows the view point of two scenes. There are two parts of my isometric. The left 1/3 shows the disaster that the city has been experienced. The three dash lines show the transition of space, time and light. The time passes from left to right. Futhermore, the sunight shines from the right hand side. There are also annotations shows the people and crowds. The small arrows reflects the route that the tourist visit.

Light & Dark Passage of time Mood/Feeling Crowds/People 0

1m

Perspective 1

2.5m

5m

Camera Position

Perspective 2

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APPENDIX

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FoDR Module 04 journal
FoDR Module 04 journal