Message - Re: Thesis: Filipino Architecture

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Posted by  kulambo on September 24, 2003 at 08:52:39:

In Reply to:  Re: Thesis: Filipino Architecture posted by Ann on September 21, 2003 at 04:51:59:

maybe?, just maybe? you're prof is not really clear of what you are proposing for your thesis. its too general for a thesis , dont you think so? maybe! if you're thesis is something definite like say a housing complex with that are really in need today or relevant, then from there you ad a touch of what philippine architecture means to you then your prof or whoever your adviser is will approve it..theres so many subject you can use practically anything...from houses to mega complex the filipino touch, history and style can be use in solving the design problem.. then from there you can refer to histyory as to why you ofted to come up with such idea..the drawings that you are to present should be something 3 dimensional and the design concept then is where the theme of history can come in. maybe when you do your master you can come up with the idea butr for now if it is an undergraduate requirement for graduation, neil, this is your time to shine, do something different like frank gehry ehh!chose a project that is worth designing, which will be a culmination of what you have learned in your 5-6 yrs of architectural schooling..a little unconventional. this you can do without having to do away with theories ehh!theories you've learn in school and of course this are points your profs will look into when you start defending your thesis. i am sure you can combine the very modern concept with the basic concept of philippine architecture ehh ...

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