Design armatures

Eeckhout, R 2009, Design armatures, Masters by Research, Architecture and Design, RMIT University.


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Collection: Theses

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Title Design armatures
Author(s) Eeckhout, R
Year 2009
Abstract The process drawing is defined as a constant meandering between the consciousness or hunch towards an object and the concept of understanding or rationalizing that object. This falls back to a search for form submitting to critical reflection including both intuition and analysis.

With Process Drawing, this reflection initially comes from an ideal conception as opposed to a pragmatic idea. In such a way that during the design discourse a functional brief is replaced by a series of self-inflicted design instructions moving the mind further and further away from 'the familiar'. For a brief moment, the ideal exists only in the drawing, the model, or any other artefact produced, free from concept, free from pragmatic application yet aiming towards the discovery of a new program or new application.
Degree Masters by Research
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Architecture and Design
Keyword(s) Architectural drawing
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