This course introduces students to a range of analogue and digital communicative practices that architects and designers use to represent form, technique and intention. The course provides students with skills in free form and technical drawing, architectural conventions and composition, digital and analogue model making as well as digital rendering and image manipulation. The course aims to equip students with a range of technical skills and builds on students’ strengths and interests; allowing them to develop a unique style of communicating. At the completion of this course students will have developed a range of analogue and digital skills for communicating concepts and designs. Furthermore, they will have formed considered justifications for why selected mediums and techniques are appropriate for communicating particular information. This justification will be showcased through cohesive representations of historical precedents and verbal presentations that outline the rationale behind communication techniques.
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