Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Goal Analysis > Structure

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Structure Goal Concept:


Designing is creating conceptual and visual unity by giving order to diverse but interrelated and interdependent parts.  


Access Prior Knowledge:

“The elements of structure are the minute individual parts of forms, and therefore unable to stand up by themselves; they are of value only as part of the structure-forming arrangement and as they contribute to the total structural identity.  Structure is a dynamic texture of non-autonomous parts.” ~ Reinhold Pfenning

In groups, in the comment section, respond to...

Group 1: Define 'giving order to'
Group 2: What does diverse but interrelated and interdependent mean?
Group 3: Explain 'contribute to the total structural identity.'
Group 4: Hypothosize the meaning of 'Structure is a dynamic texture of non-autonomous parts.'

As an individual, in the comment section, respond to...

Analyze and interpret how Reinhold Pfenning's quotation reiterates, in other words, restates the Goal Concept. (Both are saying relatively the same thing - what or how.)