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The proposal i’ve prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences.

This Paper is about El Lissitzky I will provide background research below and it will help in writing this paper. I need at least 5 sources and I have one already that I will send you attachments of. It is of the journal he had designed and produced called ‘G’ and has a lot of really good historical mentions i could use, most of the paper may even be there. This i will attach i a seperate email shortly. This paper is NOT a description of the designer but a compare and contrast of different historical accounts that mention Lissitzky and his work. this I will need no later than May 5th as it is due the 6th.
El Lissitzky (1890-1941)
The proposal I’ve prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences. He was recognized for meticulous designs, setting page composition, and type presentations. His simple yet attractive designs, use of bold colors, and remarkable typography became his trademark. Born in 1890 in Imperial Russia, El (Eleazar Markovich) Lissitzky studied architecture and engineering in Darmstadt between 1909 and 1914. He earned his diploma in 1915 in Moscow and was active in various architecture offices. In 1917, he became a designer of flags and posters in the service of the revolution. By 1919 he received a professorship in the architecture department at the academy in Vitebsk, which presented him with new tasks. It was the teaching position in Vitebsk that led to close contact with Kasimir Malevich, a painter following in the footsteps of Cézanne, Derain, Léger, and Picasso. He played a meaningful role in Lissitzky’s artistic conception by painting the Black Square on White Ground in 1913, followed by White Square on Black Ground in 1918. Malevich proceeded to win over his younger colleague to Suprematism, which he had publicly announced in 1915. However, it was not the “objectless world” that fundamentally attracted Lissitzky but rather a world of new, self-generated “objects”.
Lissitzky’s design work throughout history but also on his influences on several different movements of the twentieth century. Discussing the ideologies of Cubism, Futurism, Suprematism, Constructivism, Dada, Art Nouveau, De Stijl, and why his designs compelled or contested these ideas. Lissitzky was a man of many talents, one being a profound knowledge of page composition and typography. As we continue we will take a look at a few journals that exhibit Lissitzky’s work and show his collaboration in composition as well as some of his more political standpoints.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample publish to help me learn.4 Lexicon writings, 500 words for each writing. (2000 words in total, all 4 writings in one word documents) – Please read carefully on the “LEXICON GUIDELINES” before starting writing.- Please follow the “LEXICON WRITING TEMPLATE” strictly as the writing format for each selected “word”.- Please use only the words I have already chosen from the LEXICON list, and they are: Ecology, Urbanization, Memory and Infrastructure. All materials could find from the google drive folder: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1WJdI4tJztg…- Carefully review the “INSTRUCTION” folder first- You will find all the readings materials/References under the “READINGS” folder
Requirements: 2000 words   |   .doc file

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture discussion question and n

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture discussion question and need a sample publish to help me learn.Respond to 2 questions:Definitions: Can you expand on what is meant by the ‘poetic’ in art and architecture?
Meaning: How do we produce meaning? How are buildings ‘meaningful’?
Perception: How do we design by engaging perceptions and engaging emotions?
Aesthetics: How can we evaluate if an architecture is beautiful?

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture writing question and need

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.Requirements:- 2 papers. First paper us template 5 as the writing structure, second paper use template 3 as the writing structure.- Stick with #5 Public Health to write these 2 papers- First paper: Write a plea to a large commercial complex on why prioritizing public health and wellbeing in their landscapes is important. (Use template 5, 300 words in total)- Second paper: Write an action plan on some part of implementing your landscape design. (Use template 3, 300 words in total)- Writing objectives: Understand the components of a landscape that prioritizes public health.
Be able to
list the pollutants landscapes can help reduce and/or remove.
Be able to
list many of the plants that contribute to public wellbeing.
Requirements: 600 words   |   .doc file

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture question and need a sampl

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture question and need a sample publish to help me learn.Suppose there were an experience machine that would give you any experience you desired. Superduper neuropsychologists could stimulate your brain so that you would think and feel you were writing a great novel, or making a friend, or reading an interesting book. All the time you would be floating in a tank, with electrodes attached to your brain. Should you plug into this machine for life, preprogramming your life’s experiences? If you are worried about missing out on desirable experiences, we can suppose that business enterprises have researched thoroughly the lives of many others. You can pick and choose from their large library or smörgåsbord of such experiences, selecting your life’s experiences for, say, the next two years. After two years have passed, you will have ten minutes or ten hours out of the tank, to select the experiences of your next two years. Of course, while in the tank you won’t know that you’re there; you’ll think it’s all actually happening. Others can also plug in to have the experiences they want, so there’s no need to stay unplugged to serve them. (Ignore problems such as who will service the machines if everyone plugs in.) Would you plug in? What else can matter to us, other than how our lives feel from the inside?” (Nozick 1974:42)

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample publish to help me learn.Contemporary Architectures
Spring 2022
MIDTERM PROMPT
During the first part of the term, students will select an architectural practice
from a list given at the beginning of the quarter. This list of most interesting
cutting-edge architects will be presented on the first week of the term, so that
students can familiarize themselves with the architect’s works, and be able to
select the one they would like to research.
Foundational Research -Contemporary Architecture Practice
Each student will develop a mini in-depth research of the architecture practice
assigned to them. This research includes an initial immersion into understanding
the main issues that inform the architect’s work, across a variety of topics, and
how those issues inspire a particular approach to architecture investigation,
through theoretical, spatial, material, and programmatic intervention in the
contemporary city.
This research can be organized as a set of written responses to 7 important
questions, that are included below. These responses should be accompanied by
images / diagrams that can illustrate the main points included in the text. These
responses will strategically summarize the research in provocative ways.
-Keep in mind that this text will be help you organize your final assignment, which
will take the form of a visual portfolio presentation.
-Eventhough you have been given a particular building to be studied towards the
final portfolio assignment, as you answer these questions, please refer to many
other projects this architect has developed, in case they help you contextualize
your thoughts. Of course, you can also focus on the selected building as
example.
-Please, look for sources through library research, on-line investigation,
architect’s webpage, youtube lectures, written texts, etc. Look for texts written by
the architects themselves, or scholars who have written about the work, as well
as interviews, and a wide range of publications, books, journals, magazines, etc.
Each response: 250 words minimum. Please be strategic and provactive with
your language.
1. What are the main critical issues that the work engages? The main
contemporary topics, inspirations, desires, investigations that the work tackles?
What is it that captures your imagination about this work?
2. Is there anything in the architect’s background, experience, education, cultural
context, or geographic specifity that has influenced the evolution of the work?
3. Why is the work of this particular architect relevant today? Is there something
about the work that can inspire new paradigms to re-think conventional
architecture? Why is unique about the work?
4. How are these critical contemporary issues manifested spatially, materially,
programmatically and formally, in this particular practice?
5. What are the main tools of representation (drawings, models, films,
instalation?) for this architect, what role they play in the creative process? How
does this architect engage the creative process?
6. How has this work alter your perceptions of what architecture is for you? How
is this architecture different to the architecture that is conventionally built?
7. Can this work scale up to reimagine the way we build cities? In what way?
NOTE:
Please remember that the final assignment for this class is to develop a portfolio
of images and texts. This visual portfolio will document the research of a
particular building by this architect. This building has been asigned to you. So,
this midterm paper is a way to begin immersing into the broad issues of the
architect’s work.
Alongside the development of this reserach, students will be guided through a
series of design concepts and processes to develop visual systems, i.e.,
diagrams, collages, drawings, sketches, etc., to analyse, interprete and
conceptualize the main ideas articulated by the architects through the particular
building(s).
Format:
12 point, double space

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample publish to help me learn.Contemporary ArchitecturesSpring 2022 MIDTERM PROMPTDuring the first part of the term, students will select an architectural practice from a list given at the beginning of the quarter. This list of most interesting cutting-edge architects will be presented on the first week of the term, so that students can familiarize themselves with the architect’s works, and be able to select the one they would like to research.Foundational Research -Contemporary Architecture PracticeEach student will develop a mini in-depth research of the architecture practice assigned to them. This research includes an initial immersion into understanding the main issues that inform the architect’s work, across a variety of topics, and how those issues inspire a particular approach to architecture investigation, through theoretical, spatial, material, and programmatic intervention in the contemporary city.This research can be organized as a set of written responses to 7 important questions, that are included below. These responses should be accompanied by images / diagrams that can illustrate the main points included in the text. These responses will strategically summarize the research in provocative ways.-Keep in mind that this text will be help you organize your final assignment, which will take the form of a visual portfolio presentation.-Eventhough you have been given a particular building to be studied towards the final portfolio assignment, as you answer these questions, please refer to many other projects this architect has developed, in case they help you contextualize your thoughts. Of course, you can also focus on the selected building as example.-Please, look for sources through library research, on-line investigation, architect’s webpage, youtube lectures, written texts, etc. Look for texts written by the architects themselves, or scholars who have written about the work, as well as interviews, and a wide range of publications, books, journals, magazines, etc.Each response: 250 words minimum. Please be strategic and provactive with your language.1. What are the main critical issues that the work engages? The main contemporary topics, inspirations, desires, investigations that the work tackles? What is it that captures your imagination about this work?2. Is there anything in the architect’s background, experience, education, cultural context, or geographic specifity that has influenced the evolution of the work?3. Why is the work of this particular architect relevant today? Is there something about the work that can inspire new paradigms to re-think conventional architecture? Why is unique about the work?4. How are these critical contemporary issues manifested spatially, materially, programmatically and formally, in this particular practice?5. What are the main tools of representation (drawings, models, films, instalation?) for this architect, what role they play in the creative process? How does this architect engage the creative process?6. How has this work alter your perceptions of what architecture is for you? How is this architecture different to the architecture that is conventionally built?7. Can this work scale up to reimagine the way we build cities? In what way?NOTE:Please remember that the final assignment for this class is to develop a portfolio of images and texts. This visual portfolio will document the research of a particular building by this architect. This building has been asigned to you. So, this midterm paper is a way to begin immersing into the broad issues of the architect’s work.Alongside the development of this reserach, students will be guided through a series of design concepts and processes to develop visual systems, i.e., diagrams, collages, drawings, sketches, etc., to analyse, interprete and conceptualize the main ideas articulated by the architects through the particular building(s).Format:12 point, double spaceList of architectural Practices / Buildings to be researched 1. BIG / Mountain Dwellings, Denmark 2. Diller & Scofidio + Renfro / Blur Building, Switzerland 3. Langarita Navarro / Redbull Academy, Spain 4. Enric Miralles / Igualada Cemetery, Spain 5. Ecosistemaurbano, Various 6. Frank Ghery, Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles 7. Herzog + De Meuron / Kramlich Residence, USA 8. Junga Ishigami / Kait Workshop, Kanagawa Institute, Japan 9. Francis Kéré, Various 10. Lacaton + Vassal / Boise-Le-Prêtre Tower Block Transformation, France 11 11. MVRDV / Expo 2000, Hanover Dutch Pavilion, Germany 12. Studio Mumbai, Various 13. OMA / Rem Koolhaas / Educatorium, Utrecht Campus, NL 14. FOA: Fukuyama Ferry Terminal, Japan 15. Rural Studio, Various 16. Recetas Urbanas, Various 17. Francoise Roche, R&Sie(n), Various 18. SAANA Sejima + Nishizawa / Moriyama House, Japan 19. Selgascano / Plasencia Cultural Center, Spain 20. Smiljan Radic / Nave, Centre for Experimental Scenic Art, Chile 21. Toyo Ito / Sendai Mediatheque, Japan Note: Please refer to the document VIS-103-FINAL-portfolio, for more info.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture report and need a sample publish to help me learn.5 Lexicon writings, 800 words for each writing. (4000 words in total, all 5 writings in one word documents)- Please read carefully on the “LEXICON GUIDELINES” before starting writing.- Please follow the “LEXICON WRITING TEMPLATE AND STRUCTURE” strictly as the writing format for each selected “word”.- Please use only the words I have already chosen from the LEXICON list, and they are Culture, Ecology, Infrastructure, Technology and Urbanization. All materials and readings could find from the google drive folder which I’ll send to you later.
Requirements: 4000 words   |   .doc file

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture writing question and need

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.https://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/full/10.1162/… – article to write of offNuclear Taboo – What are two major conclusions the authors draw about how Americans would think about us using nuclear weapons against Iran? Each student will upload a one-two page paper on each of the 5 Scholarly Articles we will read and discuss. Each is due prior to the Thursday class (unless specified otherwise). Be sure to follow these instructions: Content of Scholarly Article Papers:1. Summarize the article (1 paragraph) 2. Address the prompt (2 paragraphs)3. Conclusion connecting the article to the course (1 paragraph)- course is psc 190Format of Papers (ALL Papers):Double-spaced with 12-point font and 1-inch margins. You may choose either Times New Roman, Arial, or Calibri as your font. Your paper must properly cite all your sources (including the Scholarly Article) using either MLA, APA, or Chicago formatting (your choice). Use internal citations as well an appropriate works-cited page.

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The proposal i’ve prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a landscape architecture multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
This Paper is about El Lissitzky I will provide background research below and it will help in writing this paper. I need at least 5 sources and I have one already that I will send you attachments of. It is of the journal he had designed and produced called ‘G’ and has a lot of really good historical mentions i could use, most of the paper may even be there. This i will attach i a seperate email shortly. This paper is NOT a description of the designer but a compare and contrast of different historical accounts that mention Lissitzky and his work. this I will need no later than May 5th as it is due the 6th.
El Lissitzky (1890-1941)
The proposal I’ve prepared for this paper lists a man celebrated in the twentieth century for his design influences. He was recognized for meticulous designs, setting page composition, and type presentations. His simple yet attractive designs, use of bold colors, and remarkable typography became his trademark. Born in 1890 in Imperial Russia, El (Eleazar Markovich) Lissitzky studied architecture and engineering in Darmstadt between 1909 and 1914. He earned his diploma in 1915 in Moscow and was active in various architecture offices. In 1917, he became a designer of flags and posters in the service of the revolution. By 1919 he received a professorship in the architecture department at the academy in Vitebsk, which presented him with new tasks. It was the teaching position in Vitebsk that led to close contact with Kasimir Malevich, a painter following in the footsteps of Cézanne, Derain, Léger, and Picasso. He played a meaningful role in Lissitzky’s artistic conception by painting the Black Square on White Ground in 1913, followed by White Square on Black Ground in 1918. Malevich proceeded to win over his younger colleague to Suprematism, which he had publicly announced in 1915. However, it was not the “objectless world” that fundamentally attracted Lissitzky but rather a world of new, self-generated “objects”.
Lissitzky’s design work throughout history but also on his influences on several different movements of the twentieth century. Discussing the ideologies of Cubism, Futurism, Suprematism, Constructivism, Dada, Art Nouveau, De Stijl, and why his designs compelled or contested these ideas. Lissitzky was a man of many talents, one being a profound knowledge of page composition and typography. As we continue we will take a look at a few journals that exhibit Lissitzky’s work and show his collaboration in composition as well as some of his more political standpoints.