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Нужен человек,который разбирается в архитектуре и дизайне!!!
Нужен креативный подход и нестандартное мышление)
Нужно написать все возможное о Банкетинг-хаус в Лондоне.
Banqueting house London
Его историю,основателей и т.д. Описать в подробностях что его окружает,сравнить с другими зданиями,в подробностях описать стиль и дизайн как экстерьера так и интерьера,рассказать об элементах дизайна в подробностях,об их значении,а так же и о материалах которые там использовали. Нужно очень много фактов и много личного мнения об этом здании.
Очень прошу писать все своими словами чтобы избежать плагиата.
Прошу сделать мою работу в виде вордовской презентации...ну написаный текст разбавленный соответствующими фотографиями или картинками.
Есть подробное описание того,что мне нужно только на англ языке,его я тоже сюда вам прикреплю. (писать можно и не на английском)
Очень прошу пройтись по всем этим пунктам.
The urban interior is probably one of the most neglected and misunderstood elements of the built environment. Most historical accounts of urban environments rarely discuss how it shapes and is shaped by everyday life. Indeed, interiors are thought of as separate entities, disconnected from the construction of the urban façade, the layout of the city with its square and many alleys, and social life and above all politics.
Although the interior is hidden behind windows, thick glass or concrete walls, interwoven in a network of rooms, your research journal will enable you to think how the interior is not a standalone element that can be studied independently from its urban context and society at large. This is your chance to relfect and try to grasp over a period of twenty three weeks the different facets across a range of interiors, from interior plans, to the construction and use of specific materials, the drawings engraved on its walls, the pictures hanging on the walls and carpets that are laid out on the floors. Therefore the main question around which this research journal will be built is:
What can we say about society by studying the urban interior and what can we say about the urban interior by studying society.
The journal is to be developed in both term 1 and term 2. Each student must engage with each of the 8 sites we visit in class. If a site visit is missed, it is imperative that students go independently to the site and observe it first-hand. The assignment will not pass if there is not clear evidence of your first-hand engagement with the building you have selected.
To develop your understanding of the ways in which the interior relates and responds to its immediate urban context and society at large, you need to do the following:
- Sketches and Images
At least 4 analytical sketches of different aspects of the building (external, internal, perspective/elevation, object etc). Annotations should be used to analyse the sketches and to show your understanding of details. Photographs can be used to depict further details of the site and/or interior can also be used.
- Contextual Analysis (c.250 words)
Reflection on the context of the site (what was the surrounding area like, how did this relate to the building, what did you notice about the external environment? What was the site’s history and did the building have a relationship with this?)
- Interior Analysis (c.250 words)
Reflection on how you understood the interiors (what was the layout and form of the interior, what were the key elements, how did the interior relate to the surrounding urban environment, what was the original function of the space, did it have furniture?).
- Materials (c.150 words)
Reflection on the materiality of the site (what were the materials used throughout the building, did these have a relationship with the local area?).
- Your own thoughts (c.250 words)
Reflection on how your understanding of the building changed as you learned more about it. How can you evidence any further research you carried out on the building (archival, secondary, interviews etc).
The five sections can give you a good idea on how to start this exciting research. Indeed, visiting the site has to be your first priority, but it will also help to go back to it. Try to explore the site at various moments of the day during various moments of the year. We encourage you to experiment with different methods to register your experience and observations of the spaces in and around your selected interior.
You can choose whether you want every section to follow on one another or whether you see them as separate entities. In both you will have to defend your choice. Either way in the final section all of your research has to come together to create a conclusive diagram of your research, culminating into an objective interpretation of the urban interior-society relationship.
Below you can find some useful guidance on each section and method to study your urban interior. Specific details will and can be provided once you made an in depth analyses of the site and interior in question.
1. Sketches: when visiting the sites, you will be required to develop four sketches. You will have freedom to choose what you want to sketch but they should include: two exterior viewpoints (eg: elevation and perspective); two interior viewpoints (perspective and a detail of a space); and an object in the space. Your sketches must be annotated with your observations to make the work more analytical and less descriptive.
2. Contextual analysis: In exploring and mapping your urban interior we want you to be creative in your chosen method and technics. We stimulate the use of drawing, photographs, maps and other types of visual images to get a better understanding of the site. It is also possible you want to do some on site observations on how people use the space creating a dairy of use, registering how the use of the spaces. You may also want to conduct interviews to start understanding other people’s experience of space.
The following references could be interesting to look into as a start. These are references from architects, writers, photographers, sociologists, architectural critics and historians, planners, and comic drawers. This list is by means complete and should only function to give you an initial idea of what we are looking for.
3. Interior analysis: Most interiors are stuffed with objects, each one of them referring to a glorious past or never realised glorious intentions. This research can form a continuation of your initial site observations, hence it constitute a more in depth analysis of specific features of the urban interior. The intention in this section is to investigate in depth the interior’s shape, layout, decoration and furniture’s, and describe all relations to the outside. Ideally, this section will enable you to take your initial observation a step further and critically analyse the social and cultural meaning of these interior spaces. A good understanding of the interior design of the era of its construction is essential to construct a graphic narrative of the spaces and meaning of these interiors.
4. Materials investigation: Collect, analyse and map as many of the materials that make up the urban interior and context. Select one or two of these material that enable you to frame or graphically highlight the urban interior- society relation. So the intention is not to provide a history of all the materials but only of those relevant to the particular focus of the research journal or in some cases this section. What is it that the mapping of materials can contribute to our understanding of the interior? How do these material relate to the outside?
5. Your own thoughts
For this section you must evidence how your own understanding and thoughts have changed about the building and its interiors. What was your first preconception of the building and how did this change once you had spent more time experiencing the architecture? What did you notice that was personal to you – a different way of seeing a culture or society? Did this relate in any way to your own previous experiences of architecture?