Lecture Notes on Placemakers
Lecture Notes on Placemakers 415
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kaylee Lynn Rowland on Tuesday September 13, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 415 at University of Wisconsin - Stout taught by Maureen Mitton in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Interior Design Studio 3 in Art Interior Design at University of Wisconsin - Stout.
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Date Created: 09/13/16
DES 415 Studio 3 Instructor: Maureen Mitton Tuesday, September 13, 2016 Lecture Notes WEEK 2 “Interior designers are environmental designers and Environmental designers are placemakers.” - Place makers – making a place, identity and meaning,sense of understanding of that place, creating a space that is unique for the users, creating an experience in that place. CREATING A SENSE OF PLACE – GENUSLOCI (ancient world term) - Placemaking gained traction in the 1960’s o Jane Jacobs andWilliam H. Whyte – big deal in the theory of space and human focused Design cities for people not just cars and shopping cents Focusedon social and cultural importance of neighborhoods • Inviting public spaces - Cognitive mapping – creatingclear identifiable visual imagery o There is a way we understand space as humans o This results from the human ability to recognizeand exploit common structures Use landmarks – (human experience will suck less) Physical locations (clock tower, Eiffel tower, etc..) • Helps recall where we are and understand spaces o Sheep onthe ceiling is veryrememberable - Wayfinding o Refers to information systems that guide people through a physical environment and enhance their understandingand experience of the place (placemaking) Cognitive mapping o Kevin Lynch– He sort of invented the term wayfinding – based on cognitive maps and a way we take sensory cues from environment o Romedi Passini – can use that in graphic communication, using signs How do I get to wear I go? “Turn left at the dairy queen” - What does all of that have to do with Interior design? o Create visual cues - landmarks Height – signage Material represents what you are trying to show Use floor, wall, and ceiling to draw attention to important area • Shows separation to everything else – stands out - Meaning o Distinction o Sense of place (vernacular) – take from region, (Regional design) o Peace/beauty/action - Context o Victorian house,Victorian period design inside Do I want tostay true to its period (Context) or switch it up? Where you are Can mix the context with more contemporary too
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