Please bring your developments since the crit. For second years this is pretty much the final days to work on the project, since from next week onward will be mainly portfolio.
—– lunch break
2.30 Meeting with all 3rd years (Natalie/Nathan/Assaf/Yonathan/Nicholas)
The day has come, it’s FINAL crit day! Presentations will start 10am in the Lecture Hall, please see below for the list. Please ALL students to be there at 9.30am to organise the room and help first students to pin up. We will need a few tables put together for all models to be placed / exhibited for the day and rows of chairs facing the presentation walls.
Remember, this is the final crit where you should present and discuss your whole year’s work under the framework of the given brief. Focus on the main project but also include key drawings and models from term 1 and 2 (definition of land, prototypes, site research and project development). Bring your dossiers and TS documents. Show your videos as part of the presentation (if suitable).
We look forward to the presentations and wish you good luck!
AM guests: Simon Withers, Yael Reisner, Daniel Kupfer, Elke Presser, Nat Chard
—– lunch break
PM guests: Simon Withers (tbc), Nat Chard, Oliver Domeisen, Ruairi Glynn, Yeena Yoon
Tomorrow the tutorials will have an alternative time slot due to tutor’s attendance to other Intermediate crits. As this tutorial will be our last before the final crit please all students to:
1- Bring a wall layout mock up showing what he/she wants to pin up. We will be at the lecture hall, so there will space. Make sure you include first term, but give priority to the project. Bring it printed or sketched, but please be specific about each drawing and what is the strategy… needless to say avoid being chronological. Include animation first term.
2- If you have not yet give us the printed text, please do so tomorrow (as mentioned on previous 300-500 words, including title and key quote)
3- Bring key drawings printed and red pen for mark ups.
4- General problem – we notice that many of you are NOT drawing on scale recently and when questioned about basic dimensions of your project you cannot respond adequately. That is an automatic failure in any architectural school. Please add scale, graphic scale, north, understand overall dimensions (overall width, length, height) and specific dimensions for ergonomics of human/space/city.
5- Avoid drastic changes to the project in the last stage. One week before the final crit does not give enough time to change the project. If there is only the final project being presented without any process development in a jumpy unexplained style leading to the final proposal there will be a problem on the portfolio.
6- Please be on time, as you can see below it will be a busy day. Organise your tutorial in order to get feedback where you need most.
2.00 – 5.30 Tutor attending Intermediate crits
Please see below for your mock up presentation / tutorial time. We thought to do individual sessions so you can keep working for the rest of the day, but of course you are welcome to come by and see your colleagues latest work, or just work at the unit space and listen to the presentation and comments…
Please be on time.
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As mentioned before Tuesday tutorial we will do a mock up presentation in order to test your ideas and key drawings. So please everyone to bring:
01- Text (300-500 words) including project title, description and how your project and annual study have addressed the concept of land ownership, and land archetypes (promised or wonderland or cursed land). Aim for a healthy balance between practical project description and concepts. Use one key quote that may inspire or explain the project angle.
02- Bring 5 sheets that explain your project including the current ones you are working. it will be an exercise in tightness rather than rapping, so choose well in accord to the text.
03- We will still comment and mark up drawings, so bring the drawings work in progressed (mentioned on point 02) for red pen tutorial.
Continuing our series of poetry here is a poem by Adonis entitled “The New Noah”
For the tutorials please bring the drawings printed for comments.
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HERE IS A DRAWING COMPETITION THAT WE ARE SURE MANY OF YOU WILL APPLY TO:
A £1,000 prize is on offer to the winner of this year’s Eye Line drawing competition in association with Selo.
For more information please click here