Link to SP2014 – ARCH 492 – Template PDF of research paper template that we discussed on Thursday. I will email you the zipped folder with the file. Please fill in the correct footer information at the bottom of the paper. This information is in the master page of the indesign file.
The first round of presentations will happen next week. ALL student presentations are due next Thursday (April 17th) at the beginning of class. Email me your presentation as a PDF or bring it to class on a flash-drive. The presentations are only worth 10 points of your total research grade. The bulk of the points will be due during finals weeks after all studio reviews. The following students will be presenting next week:
Katie / Tom / Brian / Beau / Matt / Jared
A. Five (5) slides, 8.5″ x 11″ landscape format.
B. The first slide must introduce your research project. Title and thesis statement.
C. Maximum of three (3) images per slide. Carefully consider how the images are composed on the 8.5″ x 11″ page. Use text very sparingly and make sure you do not turn text into a graphic.
D. In addition to the five (5) slides, you must include a citation page with all image sources.
Below is a slide from one of our seminar discussions about the AAMI Park Stadium in Melbourne, Australia. This slide was used to discuss the sequence of assembly and technology associated with this structure. I did not need to describe the images in very much detail because they clearly support the verbal presentation and argument I was making.
Next week we will have a reading discussion and individual conversations about each one of your research proposals.
Bring a printed copy of your research outline, revised thesis and title to class, and email me a copy as a single PDF.
File Name: ARCH 492 – Last Name – Outline
Email Subject: ARCH 492 Research Outline
If you are interested in continuing to expand the discussion we had about College Athletics and Master Planning, take some time to see the Netflix Documentary, SCHOOLED: THE PRICE OF COLLEGE ATHLETICS.
Due Thursday March 27th:
Read READING 7 – ARCH 492 – Moragas – Barcelona (pages 1-10)
Read the following articles and documents about the proposed Jack’s football stadium.
Throughout the rest of the semester we will begin to combine the global discussions we have had with some of the local conditions surrounding stadium design. Be prepared to discuss the relationship among stadium design, media and the notion of “hosting” as a means of establishing urban identity.
Pop-up exam # 2 (20-30 minutes). You will NOT be able to use your notes. The exam will consist of no more than five (5) short answer questions. The questions will cover lecture, reading and discussion materials from the first three weeks of class.
Please read READING 6 – ARCH 492 – Arup – Melbourne Park (Pages 1-24) and be prepared to discuss on Thursday (March. 20th).
Below are the links to two (2) of the videos we watched during Topics last Thursday. During week 7 we discussed symbolism, technology, Nervi’s work and the emergence of the “equipped stadium” in 1960 Rome Olympics. These videos show the extension of the “equipped stadium” into an atmospheric dimension that is linked to the collective force assembled inside an urban stadium. Politics, technology, people and monument start to blend around a specific urban event.
VIDEO 1: Fox Sports mediated transmission (Penarol vs Velez, Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay)
VIDEO 2: Spectator mediated transmission (Penarol vs Velez, Estadio Centenario, Montevideo, Uruguay)
Estadio Centenario / Montevideo, Uruguay
Please read ARCH 492 – READING 5 – Poretti – Nervi & the Rome Olympics for next week. We will speak about your research proposals and your upcoming annotated bibliography and thesis submission.
IMPORTANT!!! I will be collecting your topics drawing/writing books after class.