Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] A Social Space

Write an essay showing how jane jacobs discusses creation of a social space

Oct 19th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Impact Communication Activity

Impact Communication ActivityPART 1 – worth 50% of the assignment1. Convert these data points into social math that might convince someone to donate to your organization: Today, it costs us $5 per student for each workbook. A student needs 2 workbooks over the span of the 3 middle school years. On average, there are 30 students per classroom and 5 classrooms in which we teach, per school. And we are in 2 schools right now. 2 more schools want us to join them2. There are a lot of numbers in the following draft pitch by Bright Prospect. Using social math, develop two social math stories from the information to present the data in a more relatable and attention-grabbing way. One example should focus on relaying information of the costs. Another example should focus on how you might convince someone to donate to your organization. Business leaders are noticing the burgeoning number of college-educated professionals coming back to Pomona, prepared to work in a broad range of industries. This year we’re serving 1400 students at a cost of $ 1000 per student. In five more years, we’ll reach a steady state of 3000 students. To serve them all, we need to expand our annual fundraising from $ 1.4 million to a steady state of $ 3 million, starting with an additional $ 300,000 for 300 new students who have come to us this year. Without Bright Prospect, only 20 of those 300 will graduate from college, but with our program, 285 will earn their bachelor’s degrees. Our longer-term vision is to codify and share our model with organizations serving other high-need communities.3. By now, you should have some statistics on which you are relying to articulate the problem you are solving in your social venture, as well as the cost of services. Give one example how you might use social math in your story to either convey the criticality of the problem or to convince someone to donate.PART II – worth 30% of the assignment1. Visualize in your mind that you have graduated with a master’s degree in entrepreneurship. You have immediately launched your venture, and it is now a year into the business. Prepare a mock dashboard visual of the top 5 most important areas you would want to track and share with stakeholders. (Obviously, you will use made-up information.) This need not be overly scoped. Even a simple 1 page power point visual of how you would want to see these 5 data points show up in a dashboard that you would share with your stakeholders will suffice.2. Indicate at the bottom of your visual how this dashboard might change after three years. Would there be additional areas necessary to track? Would some area replace another?

Oct 19th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Cultural Motifs

• Name: • Date: • Chapter number and title: Chapter 1 Cultural Precedents • Area of analysis: 1. architecture, 2. interiors, or 3. furnishings & decorative artsArchitecture: Nunnery, UxmalSpiritual motifs – images of the God of Rain, serpents, water, and everything else related to this culture.Geometric motifs – shown through simple and intricate lines and shapes like triangles, squares, circles, etc.2The architecture within the precedent era of design included a lot of simple linesand geometric shapes that included elements of nature, nevertheless, keeping windowsto a minimum in order to create a sturdy shape to the structure. By focusing on thefacades, even though many times portrayed simplicity through color and motifs, therewhere very intricate decorative features on the exterior, including spiritual, geometrical,and/or cultural motifs. For example, the entry at the Nunnery, Uxmal in Yucatan, Mexicohas very intricate motifs that portray spiritual meanings. The people that lived in thisarea believed in the God of Rain, so a big purpose of the city with in the Nunnery was tostore rain water, as it was sacred and a source for life (Harwood,, 2011). With this beliefin mind, you can see the emphasis of the God of Rain through out the facades of thebuildings and entry, which gives not only depth but texture (Harwood, 2011).Nevertheless, while spiritual motifs were very important to portray on facades, theNunnery also had many geometric motifs through out its buildings facades emphasizeunity through contrast by using more simple lines and shapes.According to a source from Bluftton University, the East building of the Nunneryhad many “triangular and lattice patterns” (Sullivan, 2004). The same source states thatthe West building included “fret motifs and was a lot longer than its opposite side”(Sullivan, 2004); therefore, creating an imperfect proportion of a square (Sullivan,2004). The frieze of Nunnery included many different types of motifs on its façade likefeathered serpents, combination of geometric simplicity and intricate spiritual motifs, thedesign of the Nunnery created a well balanced and rhythmic portrayal of its culture.ReferencesSullivan, M. A. “Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico.” RACE/ETHNICITY,

Oct 18th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Furnishings and Decorative Arts

Furniture: Furnishings & decorative artsYou need to write about the items called out in your sketch. The entry is just rambling and does nothave a focus. Your journal entry needs to be grammatically correct.1 page without drawingAPA referenceNo grammar errorYour own wordSee the example of the journalSee the rubric

Oct 16th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Arts and Athletics

Reflect on the Case Study (page 245) Please use the below numbering in your post.What perceptions of Latrell do you think most teachers would have? (3 points)What information would you share with those teachers to advocate for Latrell’s participation in rigorous academics, arts, and athletics? (3 points)What support structures would you build to help Latrell be successful?(4 points)

Oct 16th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Heritage of Interior Design

Heritage of Interior DesignJournal Entry #1: Unit A Precedents Chapter 1• Name: • Date: • Chapter number and title: Chapter 1 Cultural Precedents • Area of analysis: 1. architecture, 2. interiors, or 3. furnishings & decorative artsArchitecture: Nunnery, UxmalSpiritual motifs – images of the God of Rain, serpents, water, and everything else related to this culture.Geometric motifs – shown through simple and intricate lines and shapes like triangles, squares, circles, etc.2The architecture within the precedent era of design included a lot of simple linesand geometric shapes that included elements of nature, nevertheless, keeping windowsto a minimum in order to create a sturdy shape to the structure. By focusing on thefacades, even though many times portrayed simplicity through color and motifs, therewhere very intricate decorative features on the exterior, including spiritual, geometrical,and/or cultural motifs. For example, the entry at the Nunnery, Uxmal in Yucatan, Mexicohas very intricate motifs that portray spiritual meanings. The people that lived in thisarea believed in the God of Rain, so a big purpose of the city with in the Nunnery was tostore rain water, as it was sacred and a source for life (Harwood,, 2011). With this beliefin mind, you can see the emphasis of the God of Rain through out the facades of thebuildings and entry, which gives not only depth but texture (Harwood, 2011).Nevertheless, while spiritual motifs were very important to portray on facades, theNunnery also had many geometric motifs through out its buildings facades emphasizeunity through contrast by using more simple lines and shapes.According to a source from Bluftton University, the East building of the Nunneryhad many “triangular and lattice patterns” (Sullivan, 2004). The same source states thatthe West building included “fret motifs and was a lot longer than its opposite side”(Sullivan, 2004); therefore, creating an imperfect proportion of a square (Sullivan,2004). The frieze of Nunnery included many different types of motifs on its façade likefeathered serpents, combination of geometric simplicity and intricate spiritual motifs, thedesign of the Nunnery created a well balanced and rhythmic portrayal of its culture.

Oct 16th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] The Age of Revolution

This paper is a chance for you to explore an area of interest in greater detail. I am looking for strong critical thinking skills demonstrated through the synthesis of content anchored in the basic facts and issues of your topic and a willingness to apply original though based on your observations and research. You are welcome to chose another topic, but please discuss your ideas with me first for approval. If you choose an alternative topic please make sure it falls within the chronological scope of this course. • All essays are to be 7-8 pages in length (double spaced, 12 point font , & 1 inch margins) • Please include a minimum of 5 bibliographical references (including internet sources) • Please use primary and secondary sources exclusively • NO Wiki or Encarta or Art Story references please • All quotes must be footnoted in the appropriate manner • Please use MLA format for thesis and dissertations • Standard procedures regarding plagiarism apply For your research essay topic, please answer one of the following questions: 1. What do Galileo, Magellan, and Newton have to do with Baroque architecture? 2. Neo-Classicism in the Age of Revolution 3. What is the artistic response to the Industrial Revolution? 4. What is the architectural response to the Industrial Revolution? 5. Impressionism; a middle class art? 6. Romanticism and the subconscious 7. Romanticism and the colonial other 8. Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt; caged revolutionaries?

Oct 16th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Architectural Style

1. What is the Constantinople city? Please provide a historical information, architectural & planning explanation about the city?2. Mention the famous building utilized or used the Byzantine architectural style as the main design? Then choose one of them and provide architectural drawings about the building.Please make sure to use a powerpoint format. Follow attached file as a guide of how the assignment should be completed

Oct 14th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] The Elements of Art

You will expand the outline you wrote in Module 3 into a complete paper. Papers must be typed in 12-point type and be double-spaced. There is no set length for the paper, though the average length is four or five pages. Citations are not necessary. Other important aspects are thoroughness, clarity, and a demonstrated sensitivity to the work of art.Your paper should have the following elements:IntroductionInclude specific information about the work within the first few paragraphs of your essay analysis: title, artist, date, location, dimensions, medium of the work, and the name of the exhibition/museum in which the work is displayed.Introduce the reader to the work of art by writing a detailed description of it. Your writing should be so detailed that the reader can picture the artwork.End the introductory paragraph with your thesis statement.BodyDiscuss the Elements of Art and Principles of Design that you think are important in understanding and analyzing this work. This part of the paper should be very detailed and will take several paragraphs. Go through each Element and Principle and describe in as much detail as possible how it is utilized in the work of art. Also worth noting is any apparent lack of a particular Element or Principle. For example, if a piece is in black and white, you should also address the impact of the lack of the Element of color.Discuss the medium the artist used and how the artist exploited the particular qualities of this medium. Always refer to the artist by her or his last name, not the first name, and put the title of the work in italics.Explain your personal response to the work based on its form as you analyzed it in the previous sections.Conclusion

Oct 14th, 2021

Architecture and Design

[CUSTOM SOLUTION] Collaborative Framework

The publication of the BS EN ISO 19650 series has introduced a collaborative framework for managing information through BIM throughout the whole life cycle of a built asset. With reference to BS ISO 19650 standards, discuss how BIM can be used to support the sharing and integration of information and collaboration during the project life cycle.

Oct 13th, 2021

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