Current + Future 现在/未来
Plan Survey 平面调查
Social Context 社会背景
Environmental Factors 环境因素
Topography + Natural Features 地形/自然因素
Built Form 建筑形式
Wider Area- Photo Survey 周围环境调查
Historical Context 历史背景
Pedestrians + Vehicles 人行与机动车道交通分析
Individual Sites-Photo 场地调查
Environmental Modelling 场地模型
Site Sections 场地剖面
joecoulter: Mapping out proposed usage and make up of a group masterplan from an in depth analysis of Ivybridge as a town and Stowford Mill as a unique site.
AA School of Architecture Projects Review 2012 – Inter 1 – Vere van Gool
Natural Water as Cultural Water / A 30 Year Plan for Wabash River Corridor in Lafayette by Daniel (Zhicheng) Xu_Local History of Development
Conservation and conversion library of a rail-store Milan – Italy
Invisible City by Vassia Chatzikonstantinou, via Behance
AA School of Architecture Projects Review 2012 – Diploma 9 – Wynn Chandra
Community Workhouse, A manual towards a new London, Fiona Tan, 2013
Sky Transport for London: Redevelopment of the Circle Line, 2007:: A Physical Collage by Peter Cook.
Hand Drawing – Study Analysis of House IV by Peter Eisenman >> by George Sinas
Collage street views
Identifying user conflicts and alliances – site analysis
architecture-apprentice: Initial concept model set within the site model with site analysis and the designs response overlaid in white. Method: 1. Photograph your model and print the chosen image. 2. Overlay tracing paper over the top of the photo and sketch on the key environmental aspects eg. sunpath, routes, vegetation, prevailing wind, site conditions and site plan. 3. Scan in the tracing paper. 4. In photoshop convert the image to black and white and invert the colours.
Programmatic diagram and community diagram (Image: Y Design Office)
Transportation nodes – Bridges
Street and architectural forms, extract street maps, accompanied black and white pictures, clear showing the street facade， forms and styles.
Found on archdaily.com
Reference books and websites:
Several researchers, scientists and designers across the globe are trying to make sense of a variety of complex networks employing an innovative mix of colours, symbols, graphics, algorithms, and interactivity to clarify, and often beautify, the clutter. By doing this they are in many ways creating the syntax of a new language. This book can be seen as the first dictionary of this new lexicon.
In Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information, Manuel Lima collects and presents almost three hundred of the most compelling examples of information design — everything from representing networks of followers on Twitter and the eighty-five recorded covers of Joy Division’s “Love Will Tear Us Apart” to depicting interconnections between members of the Al Queda network and interactions among proteins in a human cell. Lima also looks at the long tradition of mapping complex networks, offering the first book to integrate a thorough history of network vizualization with an examination of the real-life situations from which these graphics are generated.