ARCH 201 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Wayfinding, Thorncrown Chapel, Rudas Baths

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Published on 19 Oct 2017
School
University of Oregon
Department
Architecture
Course
ARCH 201
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Establishing Longevity
Solve conflicts between the peraee of hat’s uilt & circumstances that change quickly
and constantly (to prevent rigid 死板, limited, soon-obsolete 陳舊)
Able to flex, evoke, and inspire
Remain useful and meaningful over time by:
Providing generous activity support
So that places are appreciated and used long after their 1st uses & users have
changed
Supporting activity families
Developing precisely-general organization (opportunity-rich/ not coercive 強制; open/
not empty)
The idea of I-Betwee Doai
Creates opportunity for:
Withdrawal and retreat (bays, niches, corners, thicknesses)
Detached participation and interaction (porches, balconies, terraces)
Making transitions (area is separated and protected from its context by surrounding
layers, movement in either direction is broken down into many events)
Making simultaneous connection and separation (space that both joins and separates
two sides of the project)
Lateral 旁邊 and vertical movement (potential for visual connection and consequent
orientation is high in in-between spaces)
Spontaneous use (space where many events take place at, both formal and informal;
used every day)
Strengthening definition of adjacent 鄰近的 spaces
Service chases and primary structure (in-between spaces of columns, beams, and ducts)
Door swing and storage (can reduce useable space and be hazardous if not anticipated)
Control of sunlight sigifiat otrol is gie to the uildig’s oupats ith relatiel
little effort)
Helps to establish:
Opportunities for imprinting 印跡
Develop ways for people to participate in design and construction
Create spatial choices and opportunity to combine and recombine those choices
(make thick walls, niches, corners, bays, deep sills 窗台) & use proportions that
allow and suggest multiple-use
Make moveable parts (provide soft, dark, tough surfaces for nailing 打釘, tacking
, and gluing 󳍁合)
Establish controls vis a vis 面對面(visual connections, sound, ventilation,
temperature, sunlight)
Make ample 充足 and varied storage space (be generous and include extra space)
Opportunities and supports for interaction
Extend the public domain by adding new facilities and places to share
Establish mutually-reinforcing 相互接應 groups of places
Design paths to pass by events and to overlap
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Reduce anticipated risk at points of entrance (provide preview, slow-reveal,
adequate 充足 transition)
Provide many opportunities for detached participation and vicarious 替代
experience
Invite people to pause in places where they will be anyway (entries, stairs, paths and
path iteratios, su plaes, shad plaes, i-etees
Provide appropriate structure
Opportunities and supports for retreat and withdrawal
Make places that feel safe (that are bounded, above, and provide overview)
Make places that are well connected to surrounding phenomena so that it’s
interesting, particular, dynamic, and ever-view); develop edges
Make places that are controllable and adjustable (especially in regard to
connectedness)
Make places for retreat (a pervasive 無處不在 fabric)
a daylight gradient
a temperature gradient
a place for personal control
complex views
an experience for those who will never enter the building
5 (7) kinds of I-Betwee eleets
Thick Walls and Chases
Bays, Balconies, and Porches 門廊
Galleries and building arcades 拱廊(colonnades 柱廊)
Stairway
Terraces and Rooftops
In-between Rooms (inside & outside)
Edges (outside: large and small; paths)
"in-betweens" are frequently on the outer edge of buildings; therefore, they are good
places for the establishment of contextual connection and precisely-general structure
The idea of “patial Dualities and their role in creating spatial variety in rooms
spatial variety creates spaces that are accommodating 容納 and opportunity-rich without
being limiting and coercive; that are open-ended in its potential without being
underdeveloped or empty
the intent is to create opposite but complementary 附加 spatial conditions in a single place
two kinds of variety: changeability and fixed structure
5 (10) kinds of “patial Dualities
Large/Small
Huge/Tiny
Inside/Outside (Edge/Internal)
High/Low
Designated/Undesignated
Public/Private
Fixed/Changeable
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So that places are appreciated and used long after their 1st uses & users have changed: supporting activity families, developing precisely-general organization (opportunity-rich/ not coercive ; open/ not empty) Develop ways for people to participate in design and construction. Create spatial choices and opportunity to combine and recombine those choices (make thick walls, niches, corners, bays, deep sills ) & use proportions that allow and suggest multiple-use. Make moveable parts (provide soft, dark, tough surfaces for nailing , tacking . Establish controls vis a vis (visual connections, sound, ventilation, temperature, sunlight) Make ample and varied storage space (be generous and include extra space: opportunities and supports for interaction. Extend the public domain by adding new facilities and places to share. Design paths to pass by events and to overlap. Reduce anticipated risk at points of entrance (provide preview, slow-reveal, adequate transition) Provide many opportunities for detached participation and vicarious experience.