Workreport Info/ Inpromptu Design
Work report info / impromptu design
It is the aim of the work report that you embed your experiences and applied methods within the context of the history of art and architecture. Only by recognizing and describing the correlation, the intuitive techniques become knowledge that can be applied to a superordinate, architectural context; thus, it is perfectly suited for your professional career. During the contact with architect’s attitudes, artistic trends or certain designers, you will discover parallels to the subjects of your own draft.
The work report is part of the graded work to be handed in.
Handing in the work report:
1. The printed work report needs to be handed in at the secretary’s office or the mailbox of the department and
2. Uploaded to L2P as a PDF, incl. 1-3 good pictures (jpg-format).
The files are only named as follows:
e.g: StegreifSonnenschein_MartaHerbst_WiSe2015_Foto 1
Scope and format of the work report:
The work report comprises 1 DIN A4 page! This page is designed in an addressing way with text and images. A professional layout is expected which conveys the text and images in an appropriate way, putting them into a meaningful relation.
The work report includes the course title, name and the current semester in the header!
(e.g. Impromptu design „Sunshine“, Marta Herbst, Wintersemester 2015/2016)
Content and grading
1. Good photographies of your own work
Integrating your work into the context of the history of architecture, art or design with appealing illustration. Describing relevant connections between current and/or historical eras, persons and/or methods and your own work.
Critical and reflected description of your work. What is the meaning of the chosen method for the development of your personal design skills? How do you rate your experiences in the light of the familiar design practice?
Graded will be: embedding your own work into the context, the formal coherence, replicability, layout, quality of illustrations and photos (context and form) as well as the (critical) thoughts on your own work.