Hans in the Constructs

  After the group works, we turned to individual in order to work on human scale. We have some cardboards or sticks or something else for representing the ‘Hans.’ Working on both human scale and experience helped us to think multiple. What I mean is that, as a designer of the construct, now we have two variable one of them is scale and other is spatial experiences. We should put ourselves to has’ shoes so that we could observe what will be their experience.

  In my first construct, I tried to design some close spaces and I tried to make them in a relationship. Also, my main idea was trying to make a flow. I used the semi-transparent elements to support this flow idea.

  Of course, it was not only one construct. We revise it over and over again. This is the second construct I designed. This time again, I tried to make a flow. I tried to make a transition space which has a relation with all other spaces also, this time I used curvy-linear elements as a supporter. As a negative point of this construct was I treated space as elements. What I mean is that, because my idea was a flow, I try to catch it with elements instead of spaces. That’s why the spaces are not in a relation, they were only the same surface side by side. In addition to that, one of the curvy-linear element is not working like I want.

 

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