Conceptual Space | Architectural Drawing and Design





Conceptual Space | Perception of Space

The design of space is first a mental concept and any resultant response is primarily experienced through visual perception.

A form oriented approach in which space can be literally ignored – or a waste product after design is still prevalent in architectural circles.

From a form dominated perception to a renewed awareness of space as dynamic – vase/ faces experiment tangible substance.

The spaces between buildings is as important as the spaces which contain them.

Conceptual Space | Perceptual Space

Source: Ar. Darwish  | Conceptual Space | Perceptual Space

 

Spatial Diagramming (Interior Spaces)

To create in a diagram and thinking attitude which has transported your minds eye through an interior space. It sharpens the mind. This is not a figurative drawing but a subjective diagram. The diagram might emerge elliptical due to the eyes perceptual window.

A) Draw lines from a field of vision different points – Select and connect various points in a room.

Spatial Diagramming (Exterior Spaces)

Narrow spaces between buildings should be recorded lanes and by lanes – walkways etc.

Project to determine the boundaries of space seen as sections drawn at progressively distant points from the observer.



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  1. #1 by moin on September 22, 2013 - 2:44 pm

    very help full

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