Question Description

I’m working on a writing multi-part question and need a sample draft to help me learn.

This paper assignment is a continuation of your travelogues. While the travelogue assignments focus on your observations and recordings of important projects, this assignment allows you to learn and develop more formal academic and analytical writing in architecture and interior design. Here, you are required to compare and analyze two projects from two regions or cultures, seemingly unrelated. You learn to identify the connections, evolutions, and transformations of architectural ideas and forms across the wide regions and broad historical periods.

Here is the process:

  1. Carefully choose two projects from your travelogues. They have to come from two distinctive cultures or regions (e.g., western vs. non-western).
  1. Review your drawings and texts for the chosen buildings. Then you examine layouts, sections, plans, elevations, materials, structure, and other drawings. Compare them based on YOUR findings. These questions will help you see differences and similarities.
  1. What were the climate or contexts of the two projects you analyze?
  2. Who built each of them? When? Where? Why?
  3. What are the similarities and differences between the two projects?
  4. What were the primary technological, economic, cultural, and/or social values of the culture or region that allowed each project to be possible?
  5. Why are they unique structurally, spatially, programmatically, or artistically?
  6. Provide analysis of details, layouts, forms, volumes, programs, or surroundings of the two projects.
  1. Based on your findings, write an academic paper.
  1. 750-1000 words. Time-New Roman or Cambria 11 or 12. Double line spacing.
  2. You need a title / thesis statement / main analysis / conclusion
  3. This is an academic paper. Avoid first-person pronouns (I, we, my, etc.)
  4. For citation, use Chicago Manual or MLA. (https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/resources.html)
  5. Include hand drawings, plans, elevations, etc, that support the arguments made in the text.
  6. Proofreading is essential. Ask your friend to read yours before submission.

"Place your order now for a similar assignment and have exceptional work written by our team of experts, guaranteeing you A results."

Order Solution Now