Monday, May 11, 2009
Posted by Sierra at 7:48 AM
From the concept and learning theory chosen, I began to edit the space, eliminating a boundary wall to create an open flow throughout the entire space. Taking the process of a computer, I broke down the steps into 4 phases: input, transmission, processing, and output. These phases relate to a classroom by way of teacher, lecture area, work areas, and overall classroom area. Each phase runs simultaneously with the list above in comparison to one another and their functions. Once adhering the phases and components of the overall classroom, design began with applying different forms, structures, and techniques to develop a space of networking.
Posted by Sierra at 7:20 AM
Design is an everchanging process. Design grows, evolves, and sometimes reverses itself in that an original idea could become the final idea....that did not occur so much with this project. However, I feel that I was able to really develop a believeable space with realistic design approaches for a successful learning environment. The end concept came to be networking, exploring the relationship between the functionality of a computer unit versus the perplexities of the human brain.
Posted by Sierra at 7:14 AM