Interim review – the IOGraph period
I had an interim review on Friday the 16th with critics Blaine Brownell, Gayla Lindt and Martha McQuade from the architecture department, Joe Chvala (artistic director, Flying Foot Forum) and Bruce Wright (editor, Fabric Architecture magazine), as well as my adviser Marc Swackhamer.
The conversation was exactly what I hoped for at this point. The million dollar question around which the discussion revolved was, How do you use your analysis to inform design moving forward? I’m working to answer this question of how to effectively move from analysis to design, based on the excellent suggestions of my critics. I’ll post some of my current models and studies in the next day or so.
Here are the boards from the review (click on any image to view the larger version).
This analysis allowed me to draw some conclusions about criteria to apply in evaluating my earlier, intuitive design sketches.
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