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DesignLab: Design Processes Through the V&A+RIBA Architecture collections Presentation
2 Which brands have impact? Logos can be powerful images that impact on our visual awareness.
3 Which buildings have impact?
4 Buildings too can have an impact over centuries © Robert Elwall / RIBA Library Photographs Collection © Joe/Low RIBA Library Photographs Collection © Bernard Cox / RIBA Library Photographs Collection © RIBA Library Photographs Collection © Bernard Cox / RIBA Library Photographs Collection © RIBA Library Photographs Collection Which is the oldest structure and which is the newest?
5 Where do architects get their ideas and inspiration? V&A+RIBA Architecture Gallery at the V&A “The key is looking…looking, observing, seeing, imagining, inventing, creating.” Le Corbusier 1965
6 30 St Mary Axe (‘The Gherkin’) Can you sketch the Gherkin from memory?
7 What inspired the design of this structure? © Pawel Libera / RIBA Library Photographs Collection
8 © V&A Images Inspired by construction © Pawel Libera / RIBA Library Photographs Collection © V&A Images
9 Sydney Opera House Can you sketch the Sydney Opera House from memory?
10 What inspired the design of this building? © Danielle Tinero / RIBA Library Photographs Collection
11 Inspired by shape © Danielle Tinero / RIBA Library Photographs Collection
12 Inspired by shape to develop an idea © RIBA Library Drawings Collection
13 Inspired by Sydney Opera House © © Karim Dinoulis © Tsuga
14 What inspired the design of this structure? © Jonathan Makepeace / RIBA Library Photographs Collection
15 Inspired by form and pattern © RIBA Library Photographs Collection © V&A Images
16 What inspired the design of this structure? © RIBA Library Photographs Collection
17 Inspired by structure and nature © RIBA Library Photographs Collection © V&A Images
18 How do architects turn their ideas into buildings? © RIBA Library Photographs Collection
19 How do architects develop their ideas? first sketch idea idea development model sketchbook drawing plan drawing computer drawing presentation drawing presentation model Match the descriptions with the pictures. D © RIBA Library Drawings Collection E © V&A Images B © V&A Images A © RIBA Library Drawings Collection F © V&A Images C © V&A Images
20 All images credited to the RIBA Library Photographs Collection or the RIBA Library Drawings Collection and many thousands more can be accessed at See for information about the V&A+RIBA Architecture Collectionswww.vam.ac.uk/architecture
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