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Título: Life stories, storyboards, and animatics in architectural education
Palabras clave: Arquitectura
Life stories
means of representation
storyboard
architectural education
Life stories
means of representation
storyboard
architectural education
Editorial: Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
Descripción: How can we introduce emotional conditions in architecture that would allow for the design and expression of existential space? Architects do not currently have the appropriate methods or the right tools of representation for articulating such subjective information during their design process. This article addresses this issue by evaluating a didactic approach and alternative means of representation in the architectural studio. This studio experience aimed at articulating peoples life stories in audiovisual narratives, which later inspired a number of students designs. First, the students conducted interviews with local people, and later worked with two tools storyboarding and animatics to analyze how space was signified through these peoples narratives. This article evaluates: (i) the introduction of interviewing and the particular audiovisual tools; (ii) how these students articulated the studio experience into their learning processes, and (iii) into the resulting architectural designs.
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=193630143007
Aparece en las Colecciones:Arquiteturarevista

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