Tectonic design strategies: two case studies Eames House by Charles Eames and Espansiva House by Jørn Utzon

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    Abstrakt

    The tectonic realm of architecture concerns elements such as intentions and meaning - the process of translating visions into physical constructions - as well as the actual realization of building structures. This field of architectural making has been characterized by Kenneth Frampton as the poetics of construction, thus it may be considered as an essential activity in the development of the architectural design process.  Similar to the complex nature of the tectonic, the design process is an ongoing movement of interpretation, mediation, and decision making where the skills of the architect becomes present in the detailing and consummation of the final result. The paper exlpores these questions though the housing schemes by Jørn Utzon and Charles Eames
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelResearch by design
    Antal sider7
    Vol/bindISBN 90-407-2214-5
    ForlagDelft University Press
    Publikationsdato2000
    Sider36-42
    StatusUdgivet - 2000
    Begivenhed18th EAAE Conference. Architectural Strategies and Design Methods, Research by Design. - Delft, Holland
    Varighed: 1 nov. 200013 nov. 2000
    Konferencens nummer: 18

    Konference

    Konference18th EAAE Conference. Architectural Strategies and Design Methods, Research by Design.
    Nummer18
    LandHolland
    ByDelft
    Periode01/11/200013/11/2000
    NavnTransactions on Architectural Education no. 11

    Emneord

    • forskning gennem design
    • tektonik
    • Utzon, Jørn
    • Eames, Charles

    Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

    • Nej

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