Vision Sense Overview I

Brief Overview Vision uses sensors in our eyes to accept and process light which is transmitted to the brain to interpret as information and forms. Through our lenses, we receive an upside down image on our retina that is put right-side-up by our brain; this is the first operation that we see, but it is… Continue reading Vision Sense Overview I

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RenoReuse

To reduce releasing more carbon and pollutants into the environment, we should reuse existing structures, instead of building new from a tabula rasa. There is enough building inventory in the urban environment for our uses, especially after COVID, and reusing a building requires less energy and gives the architect a chance to creatively work with… Continue reading RenoReuse

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Let’s Play the Preposition Game IV

1. Introduction of phrase. In the final example of the preposition game, let’s zoom back in to something relatively small–an architectural detail. In this way, we will have looked at the various scales most architects use on their projects. For the detail, we will look at a door and how it connects to the wall–the… Continue reading Let’s Play the Preposition Game IV

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Next Steps

Prepositions Play out the game. It will likely need to be played at least four times, and each time will likely be around 750 words, so the total for the section will likely be around 3000 words. Here is how to break it out: Introduction of phrase. Examination of preposition use. Analyze preposition use. Develop… Continue reading Next Steps

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Preposition Types IV

Prepositions of source show from where something or someone came. This preposition type describes the main object by its origin. The nature of the object is tethered to the other, although it or the viewer may not understand or define it through this relationship. However, when the elements are framed by the preposition of source… Continue reading Preposition Types IV

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Preposition Types III

Prepositions of agent show something completed or acted through someone or some other thing. This type of preposition describes the author and the realm of the object, and it explains the means of the action or creation. These prepositions are shared with other preposition types, but the prepositions help describe the main object by the… Continue reading Preposition Types III

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Layers and Folds

The building changed throughout the day with the varying conditions. The surface of the structure seemed to breath with expansion and contraction with the changing sun, temperature, windflow, and changing use. The individuals in the structure in early morning were different or doing different things than those in the afternoon and evening. What appeared to… Continue reading Layers and Folds

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