Architecture 101 Part 3 - Learning how to do

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Architecture 101 Learning how to do. Mรกrio Pertile instagram/twitter @mariopertile



Architecture 101 Learning how to do.

What I’ve learned.


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

After to learn

how to learn and how to start, feeding the brain with content to recon the subject and technical and subjective constraints (light, shadow, weather, frame, materials, places, apps) to start with...

#TheReallyExplicit


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

It’s time to set up

a ‘modus operandi’ to start to plan how to do things in a way that allows a workflow until the clear goal is reached. put it on the paper to take it of the paper #PeopleLike


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

In the paper You can set up your mental map to work for your concept, making connections between what you have X what you don’t. So, you can start to make relation between your references and your materials. Your materials and your place. Your references, materials and place, with your needs. And then you can start the

Adaptation #HelpMeObi


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

A mental routine helps to plan things more easily from the start to the goal, thus avoiding unnecessary procrastination, blank sheet and another creativity problems. 1 - References / 2- Concept / 3 - Materials 4 - Prototype Test in place / 5 - Final Goal

#IDontLive


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

And if you plan a goal that you know can achieve with the references, constraints, materials and knowledge that

you have on your hands... #SunMoonStones


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

You will have time and energy to improve

the project. #SunMoonStones


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

After being confortable with the mental routine and transforms the routine in behavior, You can start zooming In and to apply this behavior in each speciďŹ c point of the project as well (joints, materials, place, light, color ...) #QualityIsNot


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

When you transforms the mental routine to a normal behavior and there is a goal that you can achieve, you can easily adapt your variable elements to proper fits on fixed or variable constraints. You just can change your plan if you have one. #RarelyHas


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

A list of available materials can set up the path of your project at the start. Lists are good in all kind of issues, but for sure for materials. You need clearly to see from a top view what you have, to know what is possible to do. #ContradictoryForces


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

If you know your materials you can draw your model with proper knowledge with more chance to use all material features. #ArchitectureStruck


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned.

‘To do’ is a constant behavior proccess that starts as a planned mental routine and allows you to start without a blank page. If you have something organized to start (tools, references, materials, knowledge) you can start to plan how to take of the concept from the paper and to realize it in a objective way in a physical world. #BuildingsHave


Architecture 101 Learning how to do.

What I’ve learned from others.


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

If you domain the joints You can manage to make all kinds of structured shapes. pic: @rightfromthesoul


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

You need to execute the project with the post-production in mind to take pics with the better angles and lights to convey your concept at the end. pic: @allnewyear


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

Everytime I fell surprised with mixed techniques. Almost all the time generates nice ďŹ nal results. pic: @paoandradeo


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

If you have a good and simple concept, you don’t need to explain your place. pic: @viviane.btk


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

The background is as important as the project. The background is part of the project. pic: @jaurinu


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

The background supports the project. The background gives proportion to the project. pic: @sebas.auquilla


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. What I’ve learned from others.

The background highlights the project. The background tells the history of the project.

pic: @mani_elab


Architecture 101 Learning how to do. My architectural space.

My architectural space

After thinking about a place that was mine, and to realize my deďŹ nitive mental space... I got the point. At the end of the journey I found my needs, my space, my mobile architectural space.


This journey brought me to the point that I was looking for when I started. In the first booklet I started to think about my mental space and I discovered that I had no mental space yet. Was a hard internal journey that started in Siracusa, as explained, and It’s over in Part I. I started Part II with the knowledge that I was in a transitional place, with time to think about my own space. In the second part I could start to realize my new space. Was simple, clean, with just the necessary to fit my needs. Was about what I need now and not what I would like after. You need to reagroup to go through. After to set up what was my needs, was easy to set up where I would like to go and so I found my final place. All my journey with the design1o1 community was about to get out of the comfort zone and how to get closer of my internal motivations. Was all about limits and how to break it. How to be what I supposed to be. How to be where I supposed to be. And this final part of the trilogy is about how to achieve the goal. I learned in several moments of the journey, online and offline, that ‘problem’ is just a point of view. Something that does not fit, does not mean that is wrong or need to be erased. Sometimes, when highlighted in a proper way, the problem can be the solution. Just points of view. I started Architecture 1o1 journey with a problem. I had no references for a place to call mine, so my journey was about to work with this, apparently, problem, inside myself, to try to fix it in a way to move forward to my architectural space. After all the technical, technological and subjective process and all the practical and mental knowledge learned online and offline, I can highlight my initial problem that started all reflection and I can see the solution in a mobile architectural space that can be installed in any place that can fit my basical needs, to start to learn again. You don’t need to be in front a desk if you need a mental roof. You don’t need a shell if you have a good mental shelter. My architectural space uses the background of the situation as walls to set up my solid, but adaptable roof, so I can easily move forward without fear, being myself, with all the things that protect me in the bag. Free from the past and free to mount my roof on any background. And my physical architectural space reflects this need of space. Mobile organized space.


Final exam vídeo Shelter ‘To get out of your shell, you just need a shelter.’

Shelter Project 2 PVC pipes, 1 plastic sheet, (bubble plastic or foil wrapper made sheet - @dutchladyone successful material achieved), 2 long ropes to pass through the pipes, tie the ropes in 4 vertical structures. It is portable and can be installed alone or with several sizes, depending of the needs. Horizontal shapes that proper fits in vertical natural manifestations Shelter concept group at the camp in #blankenrath: @mariopertile @viviane.btk @nidragica @duthladyone Links to the video: On instagram: www.instagram.com/p/4qPV0LsXIF/ On You Tube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCWlBrRxzdg


Architecture 101 - Part 3 An introduction to space and architecture offered by Abadir Accademy of Design and Fine Arts and Iversity.

Instructors: Stefano Mirti, Anne Sophie Gauvin

Apps used in the images: Pictures: Instagram and Android Gallery effects Sketchs: SketchbookX Collages: Photogrid Geometrical: DrawExpress Cubes: Fancy Craft Vectors: Adobe Illustrator Video: Sony Vegas, Audacity, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Flash (Link to the video: www.instagram.com/p/4qPV0LsXIF/ ) Presentation: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop & Corel Draw

Booklet by Mรกrio Pertile. July, 2015. Porto Alegre/RS - Brazil www.mariopertile.com.br