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college of architecture georgia institute of technology COA1012 exercise 4 Lennie King instructor Spring 2004 exercise 42 light and other phenomena light and body studies the orthographic set completed during the first pass delineates the space chosen in architectural terms the contours of the architectural shell the various building elements the profile of the building envelope the threshold between inside and outside in a sense it records the facts ofthe chosen architectural scaffold what it does not do is begin to capture its architectural qualities the spatial experience intended by the designer and our own experience of it the next two passes shift the focus to the ways in which building elements and spaces intertwine and interact with external phenomena light temperature atmosphere weathering etc and with our senses light in all its manifestations and the human body are two explicit critical filters for these two phases in the investigation light light is both a revelatory and a transformative medium its shifting registers and attributes contribute to the architectural space and to our experience of it during this phase students will concentrate on investigating and recording the ways in which light works with the architectural scaffold to reveal and transform producing effects and sensations that enrich both the architecture and our experience of it students are encouraged to spend some time in their chosen area of investigation observing sketching and taking notes prior to identifying the condition or phenomenon they wish to study and specifying the media and drawings through which they wish to explore it these studies are not meant to give a comprehensive or definitive account of the way light performs in the space under study the constantly shifting and changing nature of light suggests that these studies will themselves be partial provisional and propositional t 120 in class using the list of questions below as a point of departure produce a set of documents that carefully explores through images not text minimal text may be used the building sliver section you have chosen to investigate you will need to storyboard on 18 x 24 sketch paper your approach prior to beginning this set of documents gt define the various lighting conditions artificial natural direct indirect diffused etc present in your area of investigation perhaps a series of charcoals depicting the lighting cycle to fully capture a day s lighting cycle you might want to depict the condition at the following suggested times Sam 10 am noon 3pm 5 or 6pm 8pm of a particular moment in your space throughout the day or a series of rendered perspective sketches gt how do these various lighting conditions or other phenomena weathering temperature etc affect the physical nature ofthe area under investigation does the building envelope act as a screen a filter a mirror do materials and surfaces change when affected by specific types lighting gt how do these lighting conditions affect the physical spatial perception of the area under investigation does natural lighting at 8am create a specific spatial reading of the space that differs from a spatial reading affected by artificial lighting at 10pm perhaps a combination of diagrams and photographs or perspective sketches gt how do these various lighting conditions affect the occupants experiential sense of the area of investigation is itjust the lighting that changes the feel of a space does a person s position also affect the experience of a space perhaps a series of perspective sketches change your body s geuvgwatechr cue U127 spnng was 7 52mm E1 7 msuucthndvea Kuvbev Exercised Inlewen Inn Study m be cundumed m teams p12 a pass uvgamzed avuund a pamcmav mm u descnpuun m cvmca may Vuu have pmduced a study Re ecan TransparemyTramucenty Layers Frogvam smmed The puvpuse uHhe essay mp uvgamze yummuugms abuuHhe bu dwng and mm a eavhev gages pvmmse A m he p Vuvmu a e m Mustvate these answevs me m cvmca pusmun yuu Wm dwe up a tupmm take une step my m y m m Hm N m m p p nmrm peaumw Tm quahty Wm be tesmd mm m meme 4 5 yuu Wm audwur wsuat unustwsua Fnr example Vuu anached m m Wa k and men cunnec huse ve emmnsm me ummmey ve ectwnh smng m mm m mmuvs Vuu can 12mm me shape Ma ham swamp up me We and me gvuund byhacmg m up papey Vuu rmgm change m We shape mp a swmp e cupsummp ma 5 mm ahenhe mum caa1u12 svvmvzun 5mm Mmmmmmu my cum hvwshadawshmevmauv w W m msan m anus m 54m mm 4mmW mmasanm vem mmmmmuamwmmmamgmmsmmameme Mmmmw WPDVvecmdmvdewmelhalsNDYSWDNICIMU andcanduc vamsde me hamWu usecameva avecamVauvmkwenlmnmsu almn ukuheamsmndv Ga dswm vv WSW sknawnmmewa d mwvh pmwms Mamas m mum wav avvesen vauvSHAWNthevvauvsammweundemand mmam mwmmm Wmmm 4421 quot77 5 5 was 5mm Yhursday Fahruayzmzuu Essay 4 m Vav45 Mevvenmnskemhed m quotmm m mm m Pm up mm mm m vecavd45 mum Ymusdzv may Yuaday Mam zzuua Rexmm Exevcse 4 5mm weces m 44 44 Wm M vvsenlwavk Vvam45