Architectural Design #5 | How Architects Design: Grids in Architectural House Design | DESIGN HUSTLE
In the previous episode, we discussed the relationships between the sequence of spaces. If you haven’t watched the episode, hit pause, go watch the previous episode. But in this episode, we go diving in the shark-infested waters of Architectural grids. Some believe they restrict creativity; some think they add more structure to thinking. I believe I am hungry….i need to eat something! Grids are referred to as a series of interacting lines generally used to structure content. The intersections can happen in different patterns. I like to look outside an established toolkit, for example, architecture, to get to know a concept in a different light. What some of us architects and designers don’t already know….is that software developer when working with CSS, have come up with a very good way to define what the parts of a grid are: bear with me, !promise you will love it!
Design Hustle is a creative and educational video series produced by AGEN-C Khan from Bern, Switzerland. Founder Ali Rahman Khan shares learnings from design, architecture, and entrepreneurship with a global audience. A practicing architect in Switzerland and the co-founder of a technology start-up based in Pakistan. Khan founded Design Hustle to document the countless interactions he has with inspirational leaders from different fields who are willing to share their expertise with other architects, designers, and entrepreneurs. Of course, he doesn`t shy away from sharing his experiences, learnings, and point of view with the audience as well.