The creation and development of architectural concepts is something that many students and many architects struggle with. This may be due to project pressure, blocking of writers, limited inspiration, or simply the fact that many students in their schools of architecture, especially in their early years, do not teach and have any sense. As we did here in “How do you develop an architectural concept?” Explain that the best conceptual approaches should always aim to form the backbone and the foundation of a new project and, as expected, be part of the initial process of analyzing your site.
There are many methods for developing a concept. If you follow the processes described in the articles above. You can deduct from almost anything. personal experiences and influences, emotions, perceptions, research. Here you will find a list of concept ideas that serve as. A starting point for your conceptual development and can guide you in the right direction during the development of your project. However, keep in mind that these listed ideas must be linked to your own thought processes. Interpretations and analyses so that they are relevant to your project in order to create a meaningful approach there is no one size fits all. After each description, we provide a Pinterest link to a list of examples that show.
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The typography of your location can be used to develop many different conceptual approaches, for example. The environment that the building offers (protection/exposure). For example, a steep location requires a solid structural concept from the start. While a flat location may want to take into. Account its exposure and the interaction of the building with its north, east, south, and west aspects.
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