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George Salvan Architectural Theories of Design
Reproduction-for thepopulationto increaseandcontinue in existence. Plainwallsurfacesinwhite or lightpasteltones,withtheirvarioustextures catch the sunlight and allow an interesting play of shadows from projecting roots and adjoin- ing trees. When the Gothic builders learned the art and science of transmitting t he thrust or weight of the vaults to isolated buttresses.
Life was artificial andtheatrical. Las vacunas salvan vidas Documents. It can evenbe manipulatedto show the shadesandshadowsat selected different times of the day. Architecture, because it is the most permanent and cumulative-reflects the social structure of the periodin which it isdeveloped. Now electrical or steam power is furnished in almost unlimited quantities,releasingman from the machine and creating new economic and social problems.
To outline a number of approaches to Design Physical,religious, symbolic, historical, etc.
If a security sen- sor detects a break-in,the computer could be programmedto flash allthe lights,blast the stereos,wakeup andtellthe residents wherethe stranger islurking,perhaps even inform the burglars that they arebeingfilmed. Laborwasunorganizedwith few windows,light and air was insufficient and theresult was gloom and in- effeciency. Social etiquette was so complicatedthat all naturalness was aban- doned. This complexity of our socialsystemisreflectedinour architecture.
Thiselaboratearchitecturelinedwideavenueslavishlydecoratedwith fountains and gardens-all designed for the purpose of being ostentatious. Instead of a wall-sizedpainting,anelec- tronic sculpture welcome visitors.
Be- causetheseelementsaremass- – producedinfactories,theyhave standardsizesandproportionsim- posed on themby the individual manu- factures.
Design must concern itself architecturl both the practical and the aesthetic. When someone- a housekeeper or tardy teenager, for instance pun- ches intheir individualized codes to get into the front door, the computer can be cued to let Isaacsonknow,either wheresheisinthe homeoratwork. Again,itwasanugly anddrab variety,without the color of the FrenchRenaissance.
Comforts – thismustcontainthelabor-savingdeviceswhichprovideheat, ventilation,andinstantcommunication. Whatever the type or character of the building, parts of it are more evident to the observer than others- theexteriorismorereadilyseenandunderstoodthanisthearrangementoftherooms, which is called the plan. The many students of architecture whose curiosity about andinterest inthe Theory of Designandits realizationin book formhave beena sourceof inspiration.
If there is a similarity between the desogn of the windc;,ws andthe spaces bet- ween,indecisionorcompetitionwillexist. It may be nationalistic and may assume traits com- monto theentirearea. The medieaval churches was not only a teories for worship but also a architectursl of educationfor themasseswhocouldnot reador write. New activities havecalledfor struc- tures to housethem,andnew materials andtypes of construction have made these build- ings possible.
This is showl’l inthe typicalstructures likethe house-which provides shelter for manduring his hours of rest.
Man’s arcnitectural system remained unchanged for geogre the present industrial age.
George Salvan Architectural Theories of Design
Desire for Response- This arises from the deaign nature of man, from his wish for love,friendship,andsociability. Inthe past, walls were load bearing,wallthickness werethick,to carry the load of the floors and the roof and also to resist the extremes of temperature and geoege protect man from his enemies. Once computerized, the entire house can be run from any one of 10 personal computers by pointing with.
They did not build on a grand scale, but rather sought for purity of detail and develop- ment of technical skill.
This increasein lei- sure suggests a changed mode of living, It will promote o erection of those buildings which have to do with recreation. Isaacsonhasrobotsforpets,a sculptureof stereo and video components that seem to float in space, futuristic plant stands that are real- ly computer terminals, and a media” commandcenter”, that includes four 4 inch 60 em. Theexpansionofthe railroadshascreatedthemagnificent passenger andfreightterminalsandhas madepossible our largein.
The modem churchhas now classrooms for educational work,halls and parlors for socialgatherings anda gymnasiumfor the exer- cise of the body. Today, modern manerectsstructuresto protect hisinvestment from depreciation andhimself fromthe curiosityof hisneighbors. Topography, in its broadest sense, may mean the general theorjes or contour of the surface of the entire country.
Architectural Design Architectural Design Documents. The surface characteristic of a form; texture affects both tattile and light-reflective qualities of a form’s surfaces. Space,initself isindefinable andintangi- bleandhasno limits. The approach to designshould not bethroughthe details of a style but ratherthrough a consi- deration of the mass of the building whi ch grows out of the function for which it is planned.
Published on Aug View 8. Atthe exterior,theheightofanedifice shouldbein proportionto thecharacterth;Htheedificedemanc1s. Production was relatively slow, and the hours of labor were long. Colored tiles are also conspicuous in the architecture in the mediterranean coun- tries.
It is the most important element of volumeandshouldreceiveearlyconsideration. In the designof a build- ing, “we should proceed from the general to the particular”. The desire for freedom of movement and an interest in athletics is reflected in the contemporary movement in architecture,which,in seeking tointer- pret buildings in terms of the needs of the people,is placing the emphasis uponplainwall surfaces.
The walls are opened as muchaspossible,andtheinteriorisrelatedto theexterior terracesand gardens in a pleasingmanner.
If a business meeting keeps her fromgettinghome intime for her husband’sbirthday,acomputercontrolledscenario,completewithlovingmessages,ro- mantic lighting, favorite music and appropriate videos, willlet him know he hasn’t beenfor- gotten. In architectural composition, mass is more important than surface.
For some time, students of architecture throughout the country have felt the need for a book dealing with generalideas concerning the Theory of Design, a book that would be in every senseintroductory, defining the various approaches. It relates the various units to each other. The newspaper is also a powerful agency in the attempt to keep people inform- eduponthecurrentaffairsofthenations,andlibrariesandmuseumsoffer unlimitedfacilities to those who wouldreadandstudy.
The severe cold winds is avoided by providing a cover from portion of the buildingto theother.