AEstudio.info

Architectural Engineering program, The University of Texas at Austin

Due Next MON / TUES: VisComm renderings / images.

leave a comment »

Project:  Visual Communications

ASSIGNMENT GOAL
The purpose of this assignment is to develop skills at visually communicating a project in a professional manner, expressing the integrated nature of the student’s project (architecture / structure / mechanical systems).

DEADLINES
DUE:  Package of renderings / images.
Monday studio:  Due Mon Feb 2, 12:00pm – Maximum 4 images mounted on foam-core.
Tuesday studio: Due Tue Feb 3, 12:30pm – Maximum 4 images mounted on foam-core.
LIMITED SUPPLIES:  Any additional images (beyond 4) may be printed, but please do not mount on dept. supplied foam core yet due to limited supplies.

MINIMUM EXPECTATIONS
(highest possible grade for minimum package: A-):

1. One well-developed high-resolution rendering of best exterior pedestrian-eye-level view of your office building design project>
Include entourage:  trees, people, cars, etc.
Turn on all elements:  Arch / Str / Mech.

2.  One well-developed high-resolution rendering of long section thru most interesting spaces in your project.
Include entourage:  people in building, architectural elements as needed (stairs? elev?), trees beyond outside, etc.
Turn on all elements:  Arch / Str / Mech.

3.  One exploded view.  Elements that can be expressed in this view:  site > foundation > primary structure > secondary structure > HVAC > Architecture

YOUR NAME
Hand-write your name and the term Spring2015 on the back of your boards and any extra loose images.

GRADING
In order to get a higher grade than an A- students must turn in one additional rendering that visually explains the project in a way that renderings #1 and #2 can not.

Grades are based on both quantity and quality of images.
Points may be deducted for sloppy work / poor quality of printed final image and quality of the foam-core cutting/mounting process.  Highest possible grade for minimum package (#1,2,3 above): A-

.

Advertisements

Written by Gregory Brooks

January 28, 2015 at 3:57 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: