Architecture

[SOLVED] Reading Response

choose ONE of the articles and prepare a two-page written “response” to the article; it should be about 500 words total; feel free to single-space these, in which case it might only be one page long a response paper is just what it sounds like: what did you think about as you read through the article you’ve chosen; most people are unsure of what or how to write for this assignment, which is why I provide examples from earlier classes you can look at – find them by clicking here Actions , here Actions , or here Actions  but you can also retrieve them from the Day 1 Module you shouldn’t rely wholly on these examples, but you’ll note that each combines a bit of summary of what was read along with commentary and personal observations. One way to approach these writing assignments is to think, “what do I know now that I didn’t know before?” or “as I was reading through _______, I was struck by how it made me think of _______.” Feel free to write these in first person (“I thought this …” or “I didn’t understand that … “); in fact, first person responses are encouraged! I expect this writing assignment to take about an hour; you should proofread the essay for obvious spelling and grammatical errors, and it’s always best to include the name of the author of your article along with some reference to its title or subject somewhere in an introductory paragraph – try to avoid saying things like “the author of this article stated that …” and instead write “Preyer noted in her essay on Florentine casas that …”

Nov 22nd, 2021

Architecture

[SOLVED] Architectural Design and Sustainability

This is a written review of an online lecture.This a link to the video.https://www.nfb.ca/film/open-sky-portrait-of-a-pavilion-in-venice/The submission will be a 250-word blog post.1. Describe thecontext of the event/lecture, where is it published? What is the publication? When?Who is the author? Is it part of a series? Etc.2. What are three most interesting points?3. How does it connect to themes in the Sustainable architecture design aspects?4. An image (with a caption/credit)EvaluationQuality of writingDemonstrated relevance to course themes (Architecture): passive and active designs, green roofs, renewable, regenerative designs, to architects, and to ideas around sustainability.

Nov 22nd, 2021

Architecture

[SOLVED] Alberti’s San Andrea and Labrouste’s Bibliotheque Ste. Genevieve

Consider a comparison of: Alberti’s San Andrea in Mantua and Labrouste’s Bibliotheque Ste. Genevieve in Paris.  You must answer the following questions in minimum of 1200 words: 1) How is each facade preparing (or not) the approaching user for the interior procession through the building? Describe the procession through the building and explain how there are cues as to its nature on the façade and in the building massing and organization. 2) How is a common element (the barrel vault) either used, or implied, in each building and what are the structural implication of this? 3) Each architect thought that his studies into ancient Greek or Roman buildings helped establish the form of the new building (i.e. for San Andrea it was Alberti’s erroneous idea about the ideal Roman Temple, for the Bibliotheque it was Labrouste’s study of the so-called “Basilica” at Paestum). What features may have resulted from these studies, respectively? (Hint: there are at least two per building). PLEASE USE: “Buildings Across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture” as a source, and up to any 3 other valid internet sources.

Nov 19th, 2021

Architecture

[SOLUTION] Architectural Design and Sustainability

This is a written review of an online lecture.This a link to the video.https://www.nfb.ca/film/open-sky-portrait-of-a-pavilion-in-venice/The submission will be a 250-word blog post.1. Describe thecontext of the event/lecture, where is it published? What is the publication? When?Who is the author? Is it part of a series? Etc.2. What are three most interesting points?3. How does it connect to themes in the Sustainable architecture design aspects?4. An image (with a caption/credit)EvaluationQuality of writingDemonstrated relevance to course themes (Architecture): passive and active designs, green roofs, renewable, regenerative designs, to architects, and to ideas around sustainability.

Oct 20th, 2021

Architecture

[SOLUTION] Alberti’s San Andrea and Labrouste’s Bibliotheque Ste. Genevieve

Consider a comparison of: Alberti’s San Andrea in Mantua and Labrouste’s Bibliotheque Ste. Genevieve in Paris.  You must answer the following questions in minimum of 1200 words: 1) How is each facade preparing (or not) the approaching user for the interior procession through the building? Describe the procession through the building and explain how there are cues as to its nature on the façade and in the building massing and organization. 2) How is a common element (the barrel vault) either used, or implied, in each building and what are the structural implication of this? 3) Each architect thought that his studies into ancient Greek or Roman buildings helped establish the form of the new building (i.e. for San Andrea it was Alberti’s erroneous idea about the ideal Roman Temple, for the Bibliotheque it was Labrouste’s study of the so-called “Basilica” at Paestum). What features may have resulted from these studies, respectively? (Hint: there are at least two per building). PLEASE USE: “Buildings Across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture” as a source, and up to any 3 other valid internet sources.

Oct 17th, 2021

Architecture

[ORDER SOLUTION] Architecture and Design homework help

NIMBY  is a concept that describes the negative attitudes against a project  that benefits the greater community. This mentality is one in which even  though people are generally supportive of a project that will  benefit the greater community, they don’t want to suffer the burden of  bearing the cost(s) of the project. In terms of power generation, one of  the biggest reasons against power plants, especially wind farms, is  “visual intrusion.” Opponents of projects like these don’t want an  eyesore as well as any noise, negative impacts on wildlife and displaced  agricultural land. Something else to consider is whether or not the  project will have an effect on property values which can serve to  bolster NIMBY sentiment. Having this mindset affects power delivery in that residents  are forgoing access to more reliable power in favor of maintaining  aesthetics or reasons like those listed above.  This attitude halts  progress and can ultimately waste money if proposed projects in an area  where they have to jump through hoops to get local approval. Look at the  Cape Wind Project for example, which was initially proposed in 2001 but  died by litigation 16 years and 100 million dollars later. 

Aug 29th, 2021

Architecture

[ORDER SOLUTION] Architecture in Response to Covid 19

Hello, I need this research for publication. The topic shall focus on the impact of architecture
on spreading or minimizing the spread of the virus, covid 19. The Architectural design fails during covid 19 and therefore what alternatives or design solutions should be designed/prepared for a better architecture in order to protect occupants and minimize the spread of such viruses

Aug 18th, 2021

Architecture

[ORDER SOLUTION] Building Code

Provided is the first and second level plan of a two story building. The building is a sprinklered building. Based on the floor plan provided- (this needs to be worked out for both floors) Identify the occupancy classification of each area hatched ( you can assume a common occupancy for a single hatched color) Determine the occupant load for each of the hatched areas Determine how many exits are required from each area Show the route the occupants will take in an emergency to safely exit the building Determine the occupant load at each stair exit and the final occupant load at each exit to the outside at the lower level Determine how wide the stairs need to be for the occupant load that it will support What should be the minimum tread and risers Do the stair need to be accessible or not at the upper level? What should be the minimum width of the corridor based on occupant load What should be the maximum travel distance Do the corridors need to fire-rated and if so what should the fire-rating be? What is the minimum door widths required based on occupant load?

Aug 13th, 2021

Architecture

[ORDER SOLUTION] Architecture in Iraq

I would like you to write an article about the topic above for an architectural magazine to be published within this month. Please include high resolution images if possible ( plans, 3Ds,,,,etc any architectural related photos ). Please note that Iraq is where cradle of civilization emerged. Discuss the article with examples from those times alongside with examples of buildings in terms of design of modern days. ( you can create like a timeline thing in sequence). Thank you

Aug 13th, 2021

Architecture

[Get Solution] Impacting the Future of the Interior Design Profession

1. Requirement for research paper: Topics should be contemporary, impacting the future of the interior design profession and demonstrate the applicant’s critical thinking, analytical and writing skills.  2. This paper is for master, research paper should relate to the major: interior design. Background info:  I’m a college undergraduate applying for Master’s in interior architecture.

Jul 28th, 2021

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