Arch390/790 Visible Certainty
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Chris Cornelius, Associate Professor
This looks like a fascinating project and a worthy one at that. I wonder if there is a way of merging the wonderful personal photographic documents with the seemingly more clinical diagrams. Perhaps there is a transitional zone? Also, could you consider a way that the mode of representation itself could take on the nature of Chharanagar as you describe it? Meaning, more density, joy, theater etc. great!
Your projects always seem so interesting, the pictures personalized it and gave it more value. It something the viewer can see has great meaning to you so you put more effort into your work.
The work is intriguing, and the graphics are very interesting but there is, like mentioned before, a disconnect between the graphic representation and the story being told. I think introducing a visual threshold or some consistency that treats the build up like the narrative process may help.
Graphically its great, but could you intertwine your narrative with the project? Also can you individualize the neighborhoods more? How does the decision to vary the height connect to your narrative?
This seemed like a great experience. I think it was interesting of you to explore the spaces that the dense urban neighborhood creates. This presentation makes me ponder what came first the building or the street. How does the planning specifically provoke a feeling when in a given space.
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