The last graphical step of the course design that students have to
make is to develop accurate and formatted information, data and
discoveries that had been read in the previous stage of the course.
Students face a premeditated process associated with the need of
doing highly transmissible and explicit their design intentions through
a format physical, architectural and of large-scale: an architectural
floor design in a standard size of a "double DIN-A0". This evolution
towards a conventional representation of the architectural object is
cumulative. It generates a single document that is constantly changing
for a month through continuous redrawing. These documents show and
represent all agreements and disagreements extracted from the
information obtained above.
The condition of working with a single drawing, far from being
restrictive, is a decisive push to not disperse if not to attach the
information. It is a necessary step that deeps and makes real the vast
amount of data and intuitions available to the student as a result of
the process carried out graphically. The need to do highly
transmissible ideas through pre-established graphic conventions and
systems is a fundamental and inherent key in the future career of the
students, where documents will end going through many hands that should
be equally involved in the process.