Research / Studio Project

Whakatinana

Tinana refers to the actual, main part or core of something, including the self. Whakatinana is to make manifest concepts or ideas, to be able to realise your individual or collective aspirations in tangible form. This concept recognises that the process of actualisation is connected both to an individual’s or group’s aspirations and the framework or structures (social, political, cultural, historical) within which they operate. As a process, whakatinana respects that there will be challenges in the world and that every challenge should be taken seriously and planned for with due caution. Accepting challenges and acknowledging the importance of your support structures, including valuing the contribution of others and thorough preparation, fosters mutual respect.

Course overview

224454: “Application and development of research in an independent spatial design project. This course explores a specific design research topic chosen by the student. Spatial design processes are applied to resolve the complexities of a design research project to an in-depth level of detail and inhabitation. Students development a design brief that formulates a critical position in relation to spatial design, establishing tangible links between theory and practice to identify design processes to generate design research response. (massey.ac.nz)

224.455: “Development and realisation of an advanced spatial design project. This course explores a specific design topic chosen by the student. Spatial design processes are applied to resolve the complexities of a design project to an in-depth level of detail and inhabitation. Students development a design brief that formulates a position in relation to spatial design, to identify design processes to generate a design response.” (massey.ac.nz)

 

Course information:

This course will run Tuesdays 1:00 – 5:00 pm.

ALL COURSE RELATED INFORMATION TO BE FOUND ON 224.454 (INCLUDING STUDENTS ENROLLED IN 455).

Last modified: February 20, 2020