This edition of studio-as-book by Design Studio 3 (DS03) comprises a collection of essays and an edited selection of undergraduate design work tutored by Constance Lau and Claire Harper, 2012-2015. The studio’s interest in multiple interpretations is approached by means of the architectural narrative. This is constructed as a design tool and employed to integrate the different facets of research material during the working process. Consequently the experience of architecture is seen as ongoing theoretical and physical responses. Design authorship furthers this practice by means of precise decisions which encourages user involvement, resulting in the creation of new meanings and different readings of the work.
|Keywords||Design, Narrative, Montage, Multiple Interpretations|
|Place of publication||United Kingdom|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.studioasbook.org|