Allied Studio 2012

Cross-Disciplinary Design at the School of Constructed Environments

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    Sights and Sounds; An Allied Approach

    By alliedstudio
    Oct 11, '12 2:15 AM EST

    (by Veronica Acosta)

    (by Veronica Acosta)



    Not only does the Allied Studio look for ways to integrate inter disciplinary approaches into our design of architecture, but, we also take this Allied Approach to all the possible parts of understanding our project.

     The plan and section showing sight and sound measurements of HSA highlight how as designers we rely on the integration of all our senses, in order to understand three dimensional space.

    What kinds of spaces can you then imagine through these analyses, without having your eyes inform you of its three dimensional quality ?

    Renua Itsueli, M.Arch

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This blog details the semester-long work of the Allied Studio, a cross-disciplinary effort of the MFA programs in Lighting Design, Interior Design, and the Master of Architecture program at the School of Constructed Environments in New York City. For the fall term students are re-visioning the Harlem School of the Arts in Manhattan, a pioneer of childhood education in the fields of music, dance, theater, and the visual arts.

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