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S/S 11- Architecutre + Fashion

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Title:S/S 11- Architecutre + Fashion
Authors:Leung, Queenie
Contributors:Noe, Joyce (advisor)
Architecture (department)
Date Issued:Dec 2010
Abstract:The relationship between architecture and fashion reflects many commonalities in terms of designs and techniques. Fashion designers have been appropriating architectonic elements into garments. Yet, architects are gradually applying fashion elements into building forms. This interface could give people a different perspective on permanent building. It is true that architecture is not as flexible as fashion in changeability. However, in reality, buildings can and will always be changing. The purpose of this research project is to propose a design model that can be changeable and transformable, applied to traditional housing. Through historical research and analysis, fashion principle exploration, and design modeling to develop a new form of architecture, our perspective of permanent housing will be changed and we can enjoy flexible exterior and interior transformations.
Pages/Duration:168 pages
Appears in Collections: 2010

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