Chapter 4 - The Project

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Chapter 4 - The Project
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Notes from Chapter 4 "The Project"
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  1. 4 Ways to Analyze Space
    • 1 - Different Physical Characteristics
    • 2 - Way Spaces are combined and placed
    • 3 - General function the space performs
    • 4 - Degree of exposure
  2. Different Physical Characteristics
    • Open Spaces
    • Closed Spaces
    • Semi-Enclosed Spaces
    • Small Spaces
    • Large Spaces
  3. Way the spaces are combined and placed
    • Autonomous Spaces - function independently
    • Connected Spaces - flow into each other
    • Internal spaces - inside the footprint
    • Perimeter Spaces
  4. General function the space performs
    • Main Spaces
    • Supporting Spaces
    • Service Spaces
    • Circulation Spaces
    • Special Features
  5. Degree of Exposure
    • Public Spaces
    • Semi-Public Spaces
    • Private Spaces
  6. Good Project Qualities
    • Simplicity
    • Cohesion
    • Practicality
    • Efficency
  7. Restrained & Straightforward
    Avoid too many twists and turns
    Avoid unnecessary complexity
    Simplicity
  8. Makes sense as a whole
    Avoid fractured or fragmented spaces
    All spaces closely united
    Cohesion
  9. Spaces are convenient and comfortable
    Circulation system allows good flow
    Don't congest a main thoroughfare
    Avoid segregation of public spaces-connect them
    Conducive to the function of the space
    Practicality
  10. Avoid wasted space
    shorter routes are better than longer ones
    space performs more than one function
    Efficiency
  11. Focal points, views, easy and comfortable
    Arrivals
  12. Principal Transaction location
    Private spaces for locals and visitors
    Public spaces for visitors
    Specialized auxiliary spaces for both
    Destinations
  13. Open Spaces
    • Best for restaurants, retail and offices
    • Greater flexibility
    • careful planning of furniture and fixtures
  14. Enclosed Spaces
    • Separation and privacy
    • walls define shape and character of open spaces around them
    • Floating walls help shape the space
  15. Placement and arrangement of rooms
    • - Single room at perimeter
    • - row at perimeter
    • - floating cluster
    • - rows at perimeter
    • - single floating rooms
    • - floating row
    • - floating cluster (rows)
    • - single room at center
  16. Public Spaces need
    Visibility and Openness
  17. Private spaces need
    more enclosed space and walls

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