ARCH 210 / FALL 2018
As the second of three design projects during their first architecture studio at UNL, second-year students were asked to design a private pool. Working through a constrained design process, each student developed a spatial construction based on graphic analysis as a point of departure for their four-week design project. During the development process, students rigorously engaged the complex relationships between the ideas, architectural forms, representation and experiences. The intent was to enhance the social performances of a pool while remaining open and exploratory. Throughout this process, students were introduced to programs and processes to build their digital practices, understanding of drawing types and knowledge of representational conventions.