Final Team Project: Defining Space for Architectural Design Workshop (ARCH 2630-002)

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Creator Unknown -- Photographer
Title Final Team Project: Defining Space for Architectural Design Workshop (ARCH 2630-002)
CA+P Course Kinde Nebeker; Design Workshop; Fall Semester 2008
Description The fundamentals of design can be explored for a lifetime. Pre-architecture students get a taste of design-the process and the product in Design Workshop 2630-a studio class. Their final project is to express the nature of a site through designing and building a team project on a site of their choice around the Art and Architecture building on campus.Over the course of three weeks, the student teams analyzed, documented, sat in, and listened to their chosen site . . . what did the site look, sound, feel like? What could be built that made the essence of the site come alive?This semester, three teams tried their hand at working with this design problem.Team 2 chose a very public site on the Marriott Plaza and used fishing line, strung from three lampposts to create triangular shapes that mimicked the existing triangular skylight and pointed toward each of the three flows of traffic that occurred on the plaza around the site.
Work Dates December 5, 2008
Date 2008
Century 21
Culture American
Subtype Electronic images -- Digital images
Subject Artistic concepts -- Formal concepts -- Space (composition concept)
Image Source Student photo for Kinde Nebeker, College of Architecture + Planning, December 5, 2008.
Rights Digital image copyright 2009, Kinde Nebeker, College of Architecture + Planning, University of Utah. All rights reserved.
Contributing Institution University of Utah, College of Architecture + Planning
CA+P Accession No. CAP-187
Format image/jpeg
Type Image
Digitization Specifications Photographed with digital camera. Photoshop CS used for color corrections, image size, and file format.
ARK ark:/87278/s6v40v4s
Setname uu_cap_history
Date Created 2009-04-01
Date Modified 2009-04-01
ID 781892
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6v40v4s