Students can use this handbook on a daily basis in their design and technology studios through their first years of study.
Author: Miriam Delaney
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Studio Craft & Technique is a one-stop handbook for undergraduate students of architecture. Based on the belief that technology and craft are at the heart of design studies, this book encourages students to think of them as aspects of an integrated whole. The book provides step-by-step techniques for skills that students use in their undergraduate studies, such as drawing, model making and surveying and explains the conventions of architectural representation. It also explains the primary elements of construction and structure from first principles, using clear diagrams and drawings. Students can use this handbook on a daily basis in their design and technology studios through their first years of study. Recommended to first year students at numerous architecture schools, this new edition has been extensively revised and updated.
Students will use this handbook on a daily basis in their design and technology studios through their first years of study. Studio Craft & Technique has been recommended to first year students by The Bartlett School of Architecture.
31 Flood, Canadian Craft, 43; William Carless, The Arts and Crafts of Canada (
Montreal: McGill University Press, 1925), p. ... Handicrafts Guild became the main
organization that united craftspeople and those who wanted to revitalize and
revive craft techniques. ... and Mail (April 9, 1940), n.p. 39 For more on studio crafts in Ontario, see Gail Crawford, A Fine Line: Studio Crafts in Ontario from
1930 to the ...
Author: Alla Myzelev
Toronto - the largest and one of the most multicultural cities in Canada - boasts an equally interesting and diverse architectural heritage. Architecture, Design and Craft in Toronto 1900-1940 tells a story of the significant changes in domestic life in the first 40 years of the twentieth century. Adopting a multidisciplinary approach to studies of residential spaces, the author examines how questions of modernity and modern living influenced not only architectural designs but also interior furnishings, modes of transportation and ways to spend leisure time. The book discusses several case studies, some of which are known both locally and internationally (for example Casa Loma), while others such as Guild of All Arts or Sherwood have been virtually unstudied by historians of visual culture. The overall goal of the book is to put Toronto on the map of scholars of urban design and architecture and to uncover previously unknown histories of design, craft and domesticity in Toronto. This study will be of interest not only to the academic community (namely architects, designers, craftspeople and scholars of these disciplines, along with social historians), but also the general public interested in local history and/or visual culture.
Studio KO architects transform the textile through the constructed technique of
weaving the architectural-cultural object. Amazigh craft is transcended into
Morocco's postmodernist and contemporary architectural building techniques. In
terms of ...
Author: Miguel Ángel Gardetti
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book explores the intricate relationship between luxury and craftsmanship, using brand-based case studies and consumer behavior to do so. In addition to revealing how the artification of luxury affects consumer behavior with branding and traditions, it discusses how sustainable luxury could not only offer a vehicle for more respect for the environment and social development, but could also be a metaphor for the cultures, art traditions, and innovations of various nationalities, continuing the legacy of local craftsmanship.
Although the consideration of architectural practices lies beyond the scope of this
book , it should be borne in mind that the sensitivity to material and the
sophistication of technique seen in the making of the small - scale artefacts
Author: Rupert Faulkner
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
A beautiful presentation of outstanding works of craft being created in Japan today.
The book is software neutral, letting you choose the software with which to edit raster and vector graphics and to model digital objects.
Author: Jason S. Johnson
Digital Design Exercises for Architecture Students teaches you the basics of digital design and fabrication tools with creative design exercises, featuring over 200 illustrations, which emphasize process and evaluation as key to designing in digital mediums. The book is software neutral, letting you choose the software with which to edit raster and vector graphics and to model digital objects. The clear, jargon-free introductions to key concepts and terms help you experiment and build your digital media skills. During the fabrication exercises you will learn strategies for laser cutting, CNC (computer-numerically controlled) milling, and 3D printing to help you focus on the processes of design thinking. Reading lists and essays from practitioners, instructors, and theorists ground the exercises in both broader and deeper contexts and encourage you to continue your investigative journey.
Architecture and Craft in Postwar Canada Sandra Alfoldy ... diverges from
Ruskin's notion of considering craft works as part of a greater whole; it can be
linked to the studio craft movement and ... are not “architectural parallels Risatti's
point ideas” but “art ... as a technique of construction,”18 that architecture is not
Author: Sandra Alfoldy
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
A groundbreaking exploration of the collaborations and tensions between architecture and craft.
Seeing as embroidery is a permanent feature and an easily accessible craft technique for Indian designers, its evolution and applications away from
traditional forms is a natural outcome of the way designers tend to develop their
collections in their studios. ... resources offer to express various inspirations (
which in his case range from exotic flowers, Chinoiserie (Plate 13), Italian architecture, etc.) ...
Author: Arti Sandhu
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Social Science
Fashion in India is distinctly unique, in its aesthetics, systems, designers and influences. Indian Fashion is the first study of its kind to examine the social, political, global and local elements that give shape to this multifaceted center. Spanning India's long historical contribution to global fashion to the emergence of today's vibrant local fashion scene, Sandhu provides a comprehensive overview of the Indian fashion world. From elite high-end to street style of the masses, the book explores the complex realities of Indian dress through key issues such as identity, class, youth and media. This ground-breaking book does not simply apply western fashion theory to an Indian context, but allows for a holistic understanding of how fashion is created, worn, displayed and viewed in India. Accessibly written, Indian Fashion will be a fantastic resource for students of fashion, cultural studies and anthropology.