Three Evaluation Papers Synthesize site visit, lectures, and reading material into 7 double-spaced page essay which captures your evaluation/analysis of the house. Due two-weeks after we discuss the house in class. Photos with captions diagrams, bibliography/references, and sketches are not included in the page count. The focus of the paper should be on reconciling the theories, writings, and desсrіption of ideas present in the lectures and readings against your own experience of the place. The experience of each setting should include (although need not be limited to) the following criteria: I. Spatial Perception 1. Spatial hierarchy and relationships 2. Spatial sequence, procession, and organization 3. Indoor-outdoor spatial relationships 4. Introduction of natural light II. Materials and Structure 5. Structural system and expression 6. Materials expression, detailing, color, and texture III. Attention to Users 7. Function and response to intended user Students can chose to evaluate 3 out the 9 houses we visit, but must include at least one of the following houses: The Gamble House Barnsdall or Freeman House Kings Road House or Falk Apartments 2 Identifying signature ideas and visual/experiential techniques are essential. Each assignment should emphasize your own formal analysis. Photos/drawings (with detailed captions and/or annotations), diagrams, and plan annotations are an excellent way to communicate your ideas. There are thousands of photos of these houses on the internet from which to choose from. Also you should come prepared to take photos of the house to illustrate additional points. I am most interested in your detailed analysis and observations of the place–the more ideas the better!