MIT建筑设计-博物馆及景观设计

艺术 2018-06-29 10:42:59

 MIT筑设计-博物馆及景观设计

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

麻省理工学院(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT),创立于 1861 年,坐落于美国马萨诸塞州剑桥市(大波士顿地区),是世界著名私立研究型大学。作为世界顶尖高校,麻省理工学院(MIT)尤其以自然及工程学享誉世界,位列 2015-16 年世界大学学术排名(ARWU)工程学世界第 1、计算机科学第 2,与斯坦福大学、加州大学伯克利分校一同被称为工程科技界的学术领袖。截止 2016 年,麻省理工共走出了 19 位图灵奖(计算机界最高奖)得主;先后有 87 位诺贝尔奖得主在麻省理工学院工作或学习过。根据专业的分类,MIT 被分成了如下六个学院,其中排名第一的为建筑及城市规划学院(School of Architecture + Planning):建筑学、城市研究与规划、媒体实验室、不动产、艺术,文化+科技。

 

面向对象:欲申请美国常青藤名校建筑设计、城市设计、景观设计等设计类相关专业的高中生、大学生

 

专业背景:建筑、土木、设计、艺术等相关专业;

 

科研主题MIT 建筑设计类

 

科研导师MIT 建筑设计专业导师;

 

科研地点MIT 科研组会议室;

 

科研时间:寒假,暑假,每期时间长度为 3-4 周;


     具体情况根据学生面试情况由美方进行调整

科研内容:

 

 

Architecture and Urban Design Summer Research Schedule

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Subject:

 

Landscape as Architecture: Fort Warren Museum and Landscape Design

 

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Introduction:

 

The studio investigates the boundaries between architecture and landscape; it will explore the relationship between the specific condition of a place and the autonomous nature of an architecture. The studio suggests to design a new Museum of a historical site. The project site is located in Fort Warren on the Georges Island at the entrance to Boston Harbor. From 1861 through the end of World War II, and during the Civil War served as a prison for Confederate officers and government officials. The fort remained active through the Spanish–American War and World War I, and was re-activated during World War II. It was permanently decommissioned in 1947, and is now a tourist site. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970 as a masterpiece of coastal engineering of the pre-Civil War period, and for its role in the Civil War. It was named for Revolutionary war hero Dr. Joseph Warren, who sent Paul Revere on his famous ride, and was later killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill. The name was transferred from the first Fort Warren in 1833, which was renamed Fort Winthrop.

 

Due to the fragile environment and the Georges Island’s exceptional heritage value of the site, inserting a new architecture is challenging. The aim of the studio is precisely to reflect on these critical issues and examine methods of physical and spatial intervention into a complex and sensitive region in terms of historical, environmental and urbanistic aspects.

 

The project has to respect the patrimonial and environmental bonds and create new public spaces that open to the city and boost the collective and social use of this area. It must include studies of the potential of the existing topography to identify adequate exhibition and public spaces for the Museum. The project should reflect the existing conditions and integrate with the landscape and historic heritage in order to create an architectural sequence closely linked to the experience of the place.

 

In the workshop the instructors will not only organize studio and design tasks based course, but will also set up tutorials of 3D modelling and simulation software for the participants. This is a high level course that is tailored for students who is aiming at pursuing a career in advanced urban design and urban studies, it is also a popular topic in America’s top design schools such as Harvard GSD, MIT SA+P, Colombia GSAPP, PennDesign and others.

 

Pre-requirements:

 

Rhino or AutoCAD or Sketch Up, Illustrator, Photoshop, Hand-drawing, Physical Model Making, Laser Cut.

 

Schedule:

 

Week 1

 

Session 1: Landscape and Architecture: Sequence of Space, Order, and Scenes

 

Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, 2017-07-17, Monday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 1: The first tutorial and workshop would emphasize the importance of shaping sequence of space in architecture and landscape architecture discipline. Students will be taught by cases reflecting on the approaches of using light,materials, composition, and scale of space in architecture and landscape design practice.

 

References: Luis Kahn’s Salk Institute in San Diego, Luis Barragan’s work in Mexico City, SANAA’s Grace Farm outside New York Session 2: Site Visit to Fort Warren

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-19, Wednesday

 

Location: Georges Island, Boston, MA

 

Task 2: Visit the site and take records of the existing building, landscape, vegetation, views from the site, and investigate the valuable thing that can motivate your design ideas.

 

References: What is site analysis, what is diagram, and what is mapping?

 

Session 3: Terrain Modeling and Sea Level Rise Simulation

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-21, Friday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 3: Students will learn the skills of downloading open source GIS contour data, modeling terrain in Rhino, and simulate the sea level rise and run-off water in Grasshopper.

 

References: YouTube Video of tutorials, Grasshopper 3D, Food4Rhino websites. www.ASLA.com, do some research on Alan Berger and Fadi Masoud’s work

 

Week 2

 

Session 4: Museum Design and Landscape Architecture Design Strategies

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-24, Monday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 4: Learn basic methodology and principle of designing museums. Learn basic knowledge of landscape architecture, vegetation, and eco system. Students have to start to designing the site both in architecture scale as well as considering the surrounding environment and the way how people enter the space and experience the space.

 

References: Guggenheim Museum in New York City, MoMA in San Francisco, MoMA in New York, SANAA’s Rolex Study Center, Mario Botta’s work in Europe, and Tado Ando’s works in Japan.

 

Session 5: Mapping as the Narrative

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-24, Monday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 5: Learn basic methodology of mapping, and get ready to use graphic material as the language to tell your stories and convey your design positions and ideas.

 

References: google Infographic, Data Visualization, James Corner’s mapping

 

Session 6: Topography and Morphology

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-26, Wednesday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 6: Use mapping as the tool to explore the potentials of the site, how you can utilize the terrain’s advantage such as set up good views, create unique experience, introduce ambient light to the interior, and twist the circulation etc.

 

References: James Corner, Alan Berger, Fadi Masoud

 

Week 3

 

Session 7: Create Sequence of Space, Scene and Views

 

 Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-28, Friday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 7: Students are guided to design and create various experience for the visitors on a visiting circulation. Students will be taught how to utilize the power of material, light, scale, color, and other spatial quality to create either a consistence, dramatic, poetic, aesthetic, or novel experience at different location.

 

References: Guggenheim Museum in New York City, MoMA in San Francisco, MoMA in New York, SANAA’s Rolex Study Center, Mario Botta’s work in Europe, and Tado Ando’s works in Japan.

 

Session 8: Design and Representation

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-07-31, Monday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 8: Learn the systemic way of representation. Understand the importance and skills of narratives. Demonstrate the skills of drawing, mapping with straightforward highlights. Prepare a series of mapping and drawing or models to represent the design ideals for desk crit on Wednesday, suggested within 4 tabloid posters.

 

References: ASLA websites, search urban design portfolio on Issuu.com

 

Session 9: Architecture and Landscape Interventions & Desk Crit

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-08-02, Wednesday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 9: Have sketches and 3D models and present the reason why have been designing so or not have been designing so to the instructors in the Desk Crit session

 

References: ISSUU, Pinterest, Archidaily

 

Week 4

 

Session 10: Design Ideals Representation & Desk Crit

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-08-04, Friday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 10: Learn the systemic way of representation. Understand the importance and skills of narratives. Demonstrate the skills of drawing, mapping with straightforward highlights. Prepare the final representation for the Final Review on Thursday, with the structure and outline for 4 tabloid posters.

 

References: search urban design, landscape architecture portfolio of GSD, MIT students on Issuu.

 

Session 11: Pin-up and Final Review

 

Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM, 2017-08-06, Sunday

 

Location: MIT Campus, Bldg 10, Room 10-401

 

Task 11: Students are required to produce and print out 4 tabloid posters with a physical model. Meanwhile students are required to present their works within 10 minutes within 20 Pages PPT to 5 instructors consists of MIT master and PhD students. Each student will also face questions and crits from the guest instructors in a 5 minutes Q&A session.

 

References: Presentation Videos, instructor will also provide templates for students

 

科研收获:

 

1、提升专业背景及履历

2、拓展视野

3、提升英语

4、表现优秀的同学将会获得导师推荐信

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