Studio IV: Blog 12 - Let's Represent
This week we explore different presentation boards. Boards help convey the design and speak on your behalf. Images are powerful and having a consistent language throughout can really create a memorable presentation.
This plan design for Star House uses simple shapes and a transparent green to present grass and trees. Language is conveyed and articulated well. Less is more.
This section of the Guggenheim shows the heavy outline of the building with faded interior spaces. This helps capture scale while drawing clear distinctions between inside and outside.
This perspective shot of "Courtyard" conveys necessary language but yet isn't a realistic render. Someone once told me to avoid realistic renderings while in the early years of architecture because high class renders degrade bad designs. Too much clarity I suppose.