Time, Material, Location + Real-World Data
Compose the following information for the Sarria park along Parc de Joan Reventós – Viquipèdia in one drawing for Monday. Use the James Corner ‘Planting Calendar’ below for reference. Relate location (plan), material and time as well as a real-world data base (could be real-time) mapping variable external conditions.
James Corner, Planting Diagram
Christo and Jeane-Claude, Over the River (Upper Left: LINES ON BACKGROUND. White is fine)
Differentiate. Push to 4th degree diagram: 1) diagram; 2) differentiate; 3) pattern emerges (turn background off)…you have generative tool; and 4) change pattern as design tool
diagram, first differentiation
OMA, Rem Koolhaas, diagrams, Seattle Public Library and Carbon Footprints
l|c|a:BCN 2011, student Ida Yazdi (time and material only)
22@ and bottom up urban design // writing assignment l|c|a:BCN
What is bottom-up planning in the 22@ district (10 10 10 + historic protection) and how does it relate to Parametric Places. Using the class conversations, the weblog and the reading ‘Cities from the Bottom Up: 22@ Planning, A System Attached to Change’ on page 8 of the red Field Book, begin to discuss the following:
Sentence 1: What is bottom-up planning in 22@, why is it important and who does it serve?
Sentence 2: What external conditions (natural or human/cultural events) and affects are used to support these ideas in urban design planning from the bottom upunderstanding local culture, values, and concerns?
Sentence 3: What is the technology or method that is applied?