How to Develop Innovative Architectural Concepts

33 thoughts on “How to Develop Innovative Architectural Concepts

  1. Hay Rasha, just want to let you know that your videos have made a very big difference in the assignments I produce.

    I went from failing my last assignment to getting a distinction in the next through watching your videos, you seem to hit the head on every question I have every time.

    Not to mention I have the “kiss” principle written on my sketch book 😉

    Keep it up!

  2. I loveee this kinda videos! they're so helpful! I adore having new info and new ways of doing things… You inspired me to re-start my sketchbook, since the one I had wasn't the best… and it's been amazing doing it my way, messy and everything but I understand it! Thanks a lot…

  3. I didn't like these both ideas of "Less is more" , "less is bore".

    Everything should be even , balance and proportionate

  4. Hey there! I loved the video, straight to the point and amazing references. Keep up the good work! 🙂

  5. Thanks for your video! Your content is so inspiring! I always enjoy watching your videos to find ideas and rendering tips. As a landscape architecture student in Hong Kong, I’m stuck when moving to the ‘complexity’ part sometime as I don’t know how to deepen the meaning of my designs and develop creative forms. It would be great to know more about the ‘complexity’ in your coming videos!

  6. This is amazing, can't thank you enough! 🙂 I am an engineering student who is passionate about architecture. And I need to build a portfolio before applying to architecture college. Please keep making these videos, you help me a lot 🙂 Love you! <3

  7. Great video was very helpful! Can you also please please do a video on how you conduct precedent analysis?

  8. Nice !… You are back with more contents !… I would wish you would make a video explaining about any concept like step by step !..

  9. Loved this video.
    I am a french architecture student and everything said here is exactly how we learn architecture in my school.
    I stopped to write a comment because I just saw the images of fujimoto's projects you talk about in the 2nd part of the video and I have been srudying very closely fujimoto's projects for the past 2 months. It's a kind of an obsession lol.

  10. From Egypt:
    Thanks for your sharing your information …love your content ……nice video …….keep up the good work

  11. Hello guys, long time no see. I hope you guys enjoy this video as I worked really hard to get it to a high standard and quality . It would mean so much to me if you guys can share this video as it helps support the channel so I can create more videos like this. Also thank you to everyone that subscribed and have been watching and commenting! You guys are the best! Good luck on your deadlines and presentations ❤️❤️❤️

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