Title: Draw, process, communicate: the architectural project as the origin of a graphic-plastic process. Teacher implications. (2015)
- Author(s): Javier Raposo Grau.
- Magazine (magazine): EGA. Journal of architectural graphic expression.
- ISSN: 1133-6137.
- DOI: 10.4995/ega.2014.3091.
- Summary: The main objective of the article is to establish the parallelism between the origin of the architectural project and the processes of artistic creation. Architectural configuration dynamics are proposed as a series of open processes based on graphical actions. Imagination is established as the origin and act of will of projecting, and images are defined as schemes of organization and configuration of the contents of the imagination. It is argued that the need to turn that first mental image, from imaginary trigger, into architecturally productive image. Architectural drawing is established as the ideal mechanism for the conception of projecting, and Formal Architectural Analysis as its conceptual tool. It concludes with the experience developed in the subject Drawing, Analysis and Ideation 2 (DAI 2), framing its teaching at the beginning of projecting, and after the skills acquired in the subject Drawing, Analysis and Ideation 1 (DAI 1), all this evidence of the work of graphism in the processes of architectural creation. Keywords: Draw, Imagine, Process, Action, Communicate, Project.
- Keywords: Draw, imagine, process, action, communicate, project.
- Abstract: The main objective of the article is to establish the parallelism between the origin of the architectural project and the processes of creation artistic. Dynamic architectural configuration is presented as a series of open processes based on graphical actions. Imagination is established as the source and act of project desire, and the images are defined as organization and configuration diagrams of de imagination contents. The need to transform that first mental image, of imaginary trigger, into a productive architectural image. Architectural drawing is established as the appropriate mechanism for the conception of project, and the Formal Architectural Analysis as it’s conceptual tool. It concludes with the experience developed at the Drawing subject, Analysis and Ideation 2 (DAI 2), framing it’s teaching at the begining of the project, and with subsequentity to the skills acquired at the Subject Drawing, Analysis and Ideation 1 (DAI 1) all of it proving the task of the graphism in the process of architectural creation.
- Key words: Drawing , imagine , process , action , report , project.
- Link: http://oa.upm.es/36070/