AZUAN // VERB MODEL

ALTEERATION 1 // SEPARATE
verb
/ˈsɛpəreɪt/
divide into constituent or distinct elements.
ALTERATION 1 // CONNECT
verb
/kəˈnɛkt/
bring together or into contact so that a real or notional link is established.
VERB MODEL
Taking from my project articulation two verbs, SEPARATE AND CONNECT synonym with accessibility. I trying to produce series of separated block and makes a series of void to create a series of  island area and to create a distance between block. At the same time i bring element accessibility which is line to bring them back together. Based on this verb model, the line can be act as a connectivity / accessibility between two or three separated spaces.

Archie Watson//Verb Model

Express

Verb

  1. Convey (a thought or feeling) in words or by gestures and conduct.
  2. Press out

late Middle English (also in the sense ‘press out, obtain by squeezing’, used figuratively to mean ‘extort’): from Old French expresser, based on Latin ex- ‘out’ + pressare ‘to press’.

 

Articulate

Verb

  1. Pronounce (something) clearly and distinctly.
  2. Be connected by joints.

Mid 16th century: from Latin articulatus, past participle of articulare ‘divide into joints, utter distinctly’, from articulus ‘small connecting part’

Obtained from my project articulation, the verb “express” and its synonym “articulate” were used to inform my physical response.  My first mock-ups conveyed the act of cutting and joining where some edges were purposely modified to further highlight the difference.

Iteration 1
Iteration 2.

After further research into Japanese joinery, the Japanese Sunrise Dovetail Joint was an example that contained an area of multiple connections and so I questioned how this would work with a flat profile.

Japanese Sunrise Dovetail Joint Studies

The finished result further suggests the verbs express and articulate through the difference in edges and the way one piece is pressed into the other thus strengthening the connection.

Verb Model – Express & Articulate
Verb Model – Express & Articulate

ROBERT CRESSWELL // VERB MODEL

hide

/hʌɪd/

verb: hide; 3rd person present: hides; past tense: hid; gerund or present participle: hiding; past participle: hidden

put or keep out of sight.

 

present

/ˈprɛz(ə)nt/

verb
verb: present; 3rd person present: presents; past tense: presented; past participle: presented; gerund or present participle: presenting

show or offer (something) for others to scrutinize or consider.

RACresswell

In order to understand how the gesture of pulling interacts with the site a verb model showing
the prominent verbs within the projects articulation was created.
The model shows a spatial manifestation of the verbs Present/Hide. This can then begin to
develop a method of architectural design.

Maria Mavrikou// Verb Model

absorb

/əbˈzɔːb,əbˈsɔːb/

verb

take in and understand fully (information, ideas, or experience)

 

reproduce

/riːprəˈdjuːs/

verb

produce a copy of.

be copied with a specified degree of success.

 

Taking from my project articulation two verbs, absorb and reproduce that is a synonym of copying. I trying to reproduce the cube in multiple types as an act of reproduction and coping while absorb becomes ruination and degradation where the cube could either being reproduced or ruined as an architectural form.

 


Mock up versions:


Verb Models// Harry

My combined verbs were Interrupt and Claim.

Interrupt:

Break Continuity
Stop Continous Process
Obstruct (a view)
From Latin: Inter (Between) and Ruptus (Break)

Claim:

To demand ownership of.
To state a new fact, typically without providing evidence to prove it is true.
To demand ownership or right to use for land.
To proclaim.
– I used claim more in its territory making sense, as if to ‘call out and take’.

The final model uses a clear continous series of curved contours which are interrupted and subtly interrupted by the cut which claims the void behind it.

Sketch Models:

Claim and Interrupt


Claim:

 

NUR AISYAH // VERB MODEL

Verb words from project articulation: Parallel and Link

 

PARALLEL: Working and living spaces function simultaneously.

     

 

 

LINK: Connecting and linking two programmes; train station and deep-sea port.

     

 

 

 

3D experiment on the Verb Model

Synthesis of PARALLEL & LINK

    

 

 

 

Finalised Verb Model




 

 

 

 

Verb Models// Guiseppe

[orchestrate] + [immerse]

orchestrate |ˈɔːkɪstreɪt| verb [with object] plan or coordinate the elements of (a situation) to produce a desired effect, especially surreptitiously: the situation has been orchestrated by a tiny minority.

immerse |ɪˈməːs| verb1 [with object]  (immerse oneself or be immersed) involve oneself deeply in a particular activity: she immersed herself in her work | she was still immersed in her thoughts.

 

 

[immerse]

 

[orchestrate]

 

 

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