KNOWLTON.WORK celebrates student work from the 2019-2020 academic year at the Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University.




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THING INSIDE A THING INSIDE A THING INSIDE A THING 







FALL 2019
G2 STUDIO

Erik Herrmann and Sandhya Kochar

This studio focuses on form generation and the relationship between exterior and interior spaces. Techniques that are three-dimensional and offer alternatives to the dependency on orthographic projections (i.e., plans, sections) as the generative documents in architecture are explored. Studies move to projects with complex programs where success is contingent on the ability to translate form and interiority into a dynamic, cohesive building that balances public and private programs. Development will move from the diagrammatic to focus on the perceptual experience of the project.

Architectural concerns include the relationship of the project to an urban site and demanding programmatic requirements. Projects will have specific relationships to the city in plan, section and elevation and will foreground public circulation and the “interior urbanism” of the project. Projects will be developed sufficiently enough to demonstrate a conceptual understanding of structural principles and the nature of the envelope. Projects tend to be medium to large-scale with complex programs on urban sites.
 



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