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Performative design studio: App. 1

Tutors: Daniel Norell, Urlika Karlsson, Marcelyn Gow
Team members: Leighton Peach, Nikola Petkovic
Year: 2009/2010
Type: academic project
School: Faculty of Architecture, KTH, Stockholm

Performative design studio: App. 1

Working in Maya, students teams will begin by creating a series of compound surfaces. For the purpose of this exercise, a compound surface will be defined as a connective tissue that smoothes several geometric primitives into continuity. Polygonal spheres, cubes, cones, cylinders, etc, are all examples of primitives that may be used as starting points. Primitives should be scaled and arranged so that clearly defined proportional relationships are achieved.

Performative design studio: App. 1

Working in Maya, students teams will begin by creating a series of compound surfaces. For the purpose of this exercise, a compound surface will be defined as a connective tissue that smoothes several geometric primitives into continuity. Polygonal spheres, cubes, cones, cylinders, etc, are all examples of primitives that may be used as starting points. Primitives should be scaled and arranged so that clearly defined proportional relationships are achieved.

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