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Aims: To introduce students to the following areas and concepts: Basic skills: 1. Creative Building Design; 2. Materials and Construction; 3. Visual Communication through drawing and model-making; Basic Principles: 4. That the above skills are mutually necessary and inseparable; 5. That design is a collaborative process in which ideas and criticisms are freely exchanged between individuals. Learning Outcomes: The successful student will be able to demonstrate the following drawing skills: 1. Plan, Section, Elevation; 2. Axonometric and Isometric projection; 3. Perspective; 4. Freehand and mixed-media techniques; 5. Construction drawing. Skills: Skills in the following: Freehand drawing, Technical drawing, Model making, Verbal presentation, Drawn presentation. Content: The core vehicle is a design project involving two small, related structures, one timber-framed construction and the other in masonry. In conformity with objective 4, formal lecture programmes on materials and construction, and on communication techniques support tutored design work in the studio. The construction lectures in unit AR10014 run concurrently with and are integrated into this.The communication lectures cover the following drawing skills: 1. Plan, Section, Elevation; 2. Axonometric and Isometric projection; 3. Perspective; 4. Freehand and mixed-media techniques; 5. Construction drawing. In pursuance of Objective 5, the design is undertaken by mixed architect and engineer groups of not more than four students working together. Sketchbook: Students are encouraged to keep as many sketchbooks as possible, recording analytically three-dimensional spaces, both real and imagined, alongside ideas on how these buildings either are, or might be, constructed.
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a crack open in the middle of the girder; the train and tender were about the centre; the crack opened from the bottom; the engine had passed the crack, and the tender was right upon it; the engine and tender went on, and I saw the tender give a rise up; the carriages gave a jump and fell backward; the last carriage went down first according to my judgment; the next I saw was the large stones fall off the wall on the Saltney side; I heard a crash when they fell; I am certain the girder opened up from the bottom. (Manchester Times and Gazette 19 June 1847)