Designing this poster was definitely a learning experience for me. First of all, I had to learn the proper way to read a poster in an architectural way. The positioning of the elements should be in a logical way. A poster is read from left to right and therefore the chronological order of my jury presentation should also be implemented to the overall organization on my poster. A poster should be self-explanatory and should represent the design process.
Today, in the studio we had our first jury experience. It was very educational for me in the sense that I get exposed to different ideas and views about possible design proposals. Being able to see how other designs are perceived and learning how to properly give criticism to people was informative. Main points of my jury experience were that I didn’t experiment much and how setting rules to that design problem’s solution do not make it any more functioning.
I had some controlling elements which bring organization to my model and it did fulfill the expectation of the first jury. However, the repetition of ideas was too saturated. I used the concepts that I learned from the course but I could have used them more. The jury experiences are very important in the sense that You can get both the views of architects who are familiar with your project and from architects that see your design for the first time.