What is Bubble Diagram in Architecture?
A bubble diagram is a diagram that represents the information in a visual way in the form of bubbles. This type of diagram can be used to represent a wide variety of information for various purposes, such as presentations, design plans and strategy development. Many software with features that allow the development of diagrams have the ability to produce bubble diagrams and it is also possible to buy specialized programs for these purposes. Some people prefer to produce such diagrams by hand.
An example in which bubble diagrams are used is in the development of plans for architecture. Bubbles can be used to represent different types of spaces in a plan, varying in their shapes to represent characteristics of greater or lesser importance and to represent different sizes. The bubble diagram can create a general sense of movement that is used to develop a more refined plan.
In architecture, for example, bubble diagrams can be used by architects to create an approximation of the space with which they will work. The client of this project will discuss the various characteristics required and how important they are, while the architect uses the bubbles to approximate the space and to cover other types of information. Using this type of bubble-covered plans, the architect can begin to develop more precise plans that will maintain the features that were considered important during the conversation with the client. For example, in a bubble diagram for a floor, the bubbles can represent the movement of a space and provide information about the sizes of the rooms and what their relation to each other is.