TAXONOMY CONTINUED…

ASSIGNMENT FOR Thursday, 09/05: Reading, Taxonomic Diagram, Taxonomic Catalog, Taxonomic Drafted Sketch

Based on the ARCH 251 – Superficial Gardening 01_Categories & Subcategories provided in class as well as the notes & deliverables you recorded during your desk crit. with your instructor, revise your Taxonomic Catalog and Taxonomic Drafted Sketch.  Complete the Reading & Taxonomic Diagram.

BRING YOUR STRING, YARN, TWINE, ETC. TO CLASS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

READING:
TSCHUMI_SpacesandEvents

TAXONOMIC DIAGRAM:
Bring the Taxonomic Diagram to studio.

TAXONOMIC CATALOG:
Materials: Microsoft Word / Computer
8.5” x 11” sheet of paper

Procedure:
– Update your Taxonomic Catalog based on the addition of subcategories you identify in
your garden.

Important Questions:
– How do the addition of subcategories impact the main categories?
– Do the rules you established for the main categories need to revised based on the
addition of these subcategories?

Deliverables:
– One (1) 8.5” x 11 printed sheet of the Taxonomic Catalog to be completed by the
beginning of studio Tuesday 09.05.

TAXONOMIC DRAFTED SKETCHES
Materials: One (1) – 24” x 30” sheets of vellum
Led Holder
Straight Edge

Procedure:
– Update your Taxonomic Drafted Sketch based on the categories you have established
– Construct this using a 24” x 30” piece of vellum.
– Use line types, line weights, and line tones (treys) corresponding to the categories used in   your Taxonomic Catalog and Taxonomic Diagram.
– This will be a single planometric line drawing that describes the garden in plan from
above; the core elements should be sectioned as a set of sectional drawings (the central
ground-line or profile of the garden should be sectioned) on longitudinal and one
transverse.
– Incorporate regulating lines into your drawing as a trace of its construction. Use line
TYPES, LINE WEIGHTS and LINE TONES (greys) as conditional notation.
– Include a SIMPLE graphical scale and north arrow.
– There should be NO shading, hatching, or text on the drawing.

Important Questions:
– How can line types, line weights, and line tones (greys) begin to represent certain categories (M1, M2, E1, E2, S1, S2)?

Deliverables:
– One (1) 24”x 30” sheet of the Taxonomic Drafted Sketches to be completed by the
beginning of studio Tuesday 09.05.

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