Frank Gehry’s Process Models

Architect Frank Gehry’s process models are perhaps the most famous examples of the use of explorative object construction in the field of architecture. A collection of his models was displayed at Leslie Feely Fine Art in New York in 2013 (Gehry 2013). Frank Gehry's collaborative model-making process was portrayed in Sydney Pollack’s documentary Sketches of … Continue reading Frank Gehry’s Process Models

Generating Ideas in Real-Space

Three-dimensional sketching in real space is both generative and speculative. It can be used to search for new ideas and possibilities before the design has been decided upon. Weintraub (1998, p. 53) offers a description of the process: “The mind-hand coordination elicits intuitive answers as we begin to build something with no particular model to … Continue reading Generating Ideas in Real-Space