ARCH 201: Design Fundamentals I

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Honeybee Study: Analytical & analogical diagrams, Brittany Nargi

Students study the ecology and morphology of a living thing selected from the biological kingdoms of Animalia and Plantae.  The research and graphic analysis enables the production of an analog which in turn informs the design of a site-specific structure.

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Honeybee-bicycle Rack, Skirkanich Hall: View, Brittany Nargi

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Honeybee-bicycle Rack, Skirkanich Hall: Orthographic drawings & site plan, Brittany Nargi

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Honeybee-bicycle Rack, Skirkanich Hall: View, Brittany Nargi

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Honeybee-bicycle Rack, Skirkanich Hall: View, Brittany Nargi

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Viperfish Study: Analytical & analogical diagrams, Martina Merlo

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Viperfish Study: Analogical & generative diagram, Martina Merlo

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Viperfish-pavilion, Walnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia: Exterior view, Martina Merlo

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Viperfish-pavilion, Walnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia: Model, Martina Merlo

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Viperfish-pavilion, Walnut Street Bridge, Philadelphia: Interior view, Martina Merlo

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Cholla Cactus Skeleton Study: Analytical, analogical & generative diagrams, Dillon Horwitz

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Cactus-sun Shelter, Sonora Desert: Axonometric diagrams, site plan & view, Dillon Horwitz

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Cactus-sun Shelter, Sonora Desert: Perspective view, Dillon Horwitz