Join Susana as she shares and explores examples of inspiration and the organizing thoughts behind the designs of buildings. She'll share the stories of some recent commissions, and the multi-faceted approach in which the design of physical environments could embrace everything from nature to local communities and cultural beliefs.
Where does the big idea and inspiration come from when architects start the process of place making? Where does the spark come from? What is the genesis of a building? It’s rationale, its purpose, intention and potential? What do design professionals look at?
It varies, but its significance could originate from science, nature, society drivers, or the history and culture of inhabitants of the surrounding area. When the public experiences our buildings, from the inside or outside, they will go through the experience of the transformative, culturally flexible and meaningful connections among the final design and its genesis.
We will review ‘Parti’ diagrams which are the early representation of the design concept, also known as “a napkin sketch” or “the big idea concept.” These diagrams represent the ability to draw a building design and program in a conceptual way - one of the most powerful things architect do.
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