Virtual tour, part 2

Virtual tour, part 2:The virtual tour

In this part of the research project,you will apply the research that you have done and create a virtual tour ofyour chosen building for a general audience.

Your virtual tour can take the form ofyour choosing but must have a narrative component, a visualcomponent, and highlight the depth of your research. It must also include anupdated bibliography (without annotation).

Options include:

       write a text ofapproximately 750 words, with an accompanying image gallery or imagesintegrated throughout;

Whichever option you choose, pleasenote that you will be graded on your content and your ability to effectivelycommunicate information rather than the technical aspects of production.

Your virtual tour should address thehistory of your selected building, its features, and why it is important in theurban/Canadian landscape today (or perhaps why it is overlooked and should beseen as important!).

You do not need a thesis statement foryour text, video, or podcast since this is not a piece of academic writing, butyou should have an objective; that is, what do you want your visitor to takeaway from this experience? This will help to focus your project, and make surethat you do not feel pressured to discuss every single aspect of your chosenbuilding and/or discuss every component in the same amount of detail.

*Please note that a virtual tour doesnot mean tourism. That is, your project should focus on thebuilding itself, and not on local dining opportunities, proximity totransit, shopping, etc.

 

Reference

 

Bke,J., Knaack, U., & Hemmerling, M. (2019). State-of-the-art of intelligentbuilding envelopes in the context of intelligent technical systems. IntelligentBuildings International11(1), 27-45. Boake, T. M., Harrison,K., Collins, D., Chatham, A., & Lee, R. (2003). Understanding the generalprinciples of the double skin facade system. Associate Professor &School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, 2.

 

Boake,T. M., Harrison, K., Collins, D., Chatham, A., & Lee, R. (2003).Understanding the general principles of the double skin facade system. AssociateProfessor & School of Architecture, University of Waterloo, 2.

 

Murray,Scott. Contemporary CurtainWall Architecture,Princeton Architectural Press, 2009. ProQuestEbook Central, .

 

“OpenConcepts: Terrence Donnelly Centre.” Canadian Consulting Engineer,vol. 49, no. 5, 2008, pp. 28-31,33. ProQuest, .

 

Shahin,H. S. M. (2019). Adaptive building envelopes of multistory buildings as an exampleof high-performance building skins. Alexandria Engineering Journal58(1),345-352.

 

Wigginton,M. (2002). Intelligent Skins. Butterworth-Heinemann Linacre House. JordanHill. Oxford.

 

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