Tangible thinking: methods in the work of TAKA Architects

Casey, A 2017, Tangible thinking: methods in the work of TAKA Architects, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Architecture and Urban Design, RMIT University.


Document type: Thesis
Collection: Theses

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Title Tangible thinking: methods in the work of TAKA Architects
Author(s) Casey, A
Year 2017
Abstract I have looked at the things we make, to try and see them as they are and, from there, to try and understand how they came to be that way. My research is about HOW we look; and, as a result, HOW we work, research, practice and design. I have examined the relationship of the drawing to the building and the photograph, and how that inflects our design process; how we practice through ‘learning by doing’ and ‘trial and error’, with specific reference to the use of concrete in our practice; the development of research and drawing methods to illustrate our design thinking; and how we design through distillation, exaggeration and intensification.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Architecture and Urban Design
Subjects Architecture Management
Architecture not elsewhere classified
Architectural Design
Keyword(s) Drawing and building
Trial and error
Concrete
Distillation
Exaggeration
Intensification
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