LEARN DESIGN

The hurdles in designing an architectural project can make you feel lost and helpless.  I’m here to hold your hand and guide you through this mess.

A design project can be daunting, especially when you’re the kind of person that over-complicates their world when faced with a lot of stress. This is a dangerous and counterproductive – because really, oftentimes the simplest and most elementary of approaches work best.

In this series of articles, I’m going to help you calmly weed through the clutter of every step of the design journey. Our little goal here is for you to be able to produce the best damn design project you’ve churned out to date – and be damn proud about it.

I’ve collated all posts into sub-groups, for maximum clarity and absorption. Content is continuously being developed, and you can expect to see a whole lot more entries over the next few months (and years).

1. The Fundamentals of Designing

Essence sketch
(c) Aldo Mayoralgo

2. Developing Your Design Process

Process1
(c) Aldo Mayoralgo

3. Architectural Programming – the Designer’s Best Friend

Archtiectural Programming
(c) Aldo Mayoralgo

4. Design Considerations – Widening your Horizon

Approach from Afar
(c) Aldo Mayoralgo

5. Architecture and Society – Hidden Magic

Visitors Center Interior
(c) Aldo Mayoralgo

6. Technical Considerations – Crunching the Numbers

Acoustical Systems
(c) Mayoralgo & Celestial

 

You could also just check out all the posts in this category by clicking the image below!

DESIGN TUTORIAL BANNER

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