Instructor: Mari Michael Glassell


Architecture Design Studio II



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MARI MICHAELISMS

TEMPLATIZE MASONRIONIC SPACIALITY COLUMNIZE AXONOMECTRICIZE ARCHIBABLE BINGO (WAS HIS NAME-O) CONSISTANTIZATION


PROJECTS

Design Analysis

Design Synthesis 01

Design Synthesis 01_Site

Design Synthesis 02

Design Synthesis 02_Site


STUDIO IMAGES

Charette

Projection Apparatus

Iterative Projections

Spatial Charrette

Threshold Hunting!

New Images

Mari Michael Studio


PROJECTION CASE STUDY

Anthony McCall: Projections

The Lightline of Gotham

Projection Mapping

3D Cube Projection

Exterior Projection Mapping


PROJECTION IMAGES

Metropolis Stills

Metropolis Posters


LINKS

ArchDaily

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The Architect's Newspaper

Design Observer

Failed Architecture


STUDENTS
Dan Arredondo
Ayo Ayotunde
Caitlyn Barhorst
Rebecca Barnes
Phyre Burns
Eduardo Candiani
Megan Cronin
Equere Dickson
Ethan Malmer
Zach Motsinger
Jacob Prado
Mack Salman
Salvador Sanchez
Rochelle Stapp
Fabi Vazquez


    


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - AND WE ARE ON A ROLL!!! WEDNESDAY 13.11.20

As each of your are on your own path (to-do-list!) there will be a variety of discussion going on during studio Friday. However, the following must be certain (and completed/printed) to help you stay on pace:

01 WE WILL start studio with RAPID FIRE REVIEWS

02 Plans and Sections Completed -- You may take time to continue post-production over the weekend, but I'd like to use this time to critique your line weights, drawing legibility, labeling techniques, graphics, and photshop skills -- so be prepared.

03 SKETCHES OF YOUR BOARD MOCK-UPS -- how are you going to utilize the wall presentation during reviews to tell your story?

04 At least STARTED your final model (massing or otherwise) and give yourself time to use the weekend for edits and final longitudinal draw del.

Again, Friday will be a work day but I expect you to have the above finished by 9:00 so that we can have A SUPER PRODUCTIVE WORK DAY!

Please see full list of final deliverables below.

Ya'll GOT THIS!


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - FINAL DELIVERABLES

All deliverables Due Monday, November 25 @ 10:00pm:

_All Level Plans @ 1/8"=1'-0" - labeled, sized, PSD images inserted

_Longitudinal Section Drawdel @ 1/4"=1'-0" with pasted images of projection in appropriate locations

_Three (3) Transverse Sections @ 1/8"=1'-0" - with PSD Images inserted

_Individual Drawing, Diagram, or Drawdel @ 1/16" or 1/8" only

_Final Model @ 1/8" - can be massing model

_Projector Location Diagram included on Level Plans

_Site Diagram @ 1/6"=1'-0"

_15 Images of Models + Projector printed (similar format from Synthesis 01)

_Big Idea Words + Single Sentence


_Original Drawdels (three)

_Section Diagrams (all nine)

_Three Hybrid Drawdel Axons (edit!)

_All study Models

_Circulation Models

_Trash Paper sketches in binder clip


_FINAL BOARDS


Please make sure the following are on all boards or sets of drawings:

_North Arrow

_Graphic Scale

_Written Scale

_Name / Design Synthesis 02 / Glassell

_Label EACH Drawing which will include the following:

Ground Level Plan @ River

Second Level Plan @ Street

Third Level, Fourth Level, etc

Site Plan / Diagram

Section AA, BB, CC, DD, etc

Narrative Diagram (individual diagram)


REMEMBER, THAT YOU WILL NOT BE FULLY GRADED UNTIL AFTER THE REVIEW ON MONDAY, DEC. 02. THUS YOU ARE WELCOME TO EDIT OVER THANKSGIVING BREAK.


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - PHOTOSHOP EDITS!!! MONDAY 13.11.18

For this next round of edits, focus on our discussion of line weights, line types, and section cuts. Please note the layer list on the previous posts for all required layers within your drawings.


/ SECTIONS and PLANS

As we are now getting into more detailed development, the following deliverables are expected wednesday:

_Longitudinal Section @ 1/4"=1'-0"

_Three (3) Transverse Sections @ 1/8" = 1'-0"

_All level plans @ 1/8"=1'0"


/ IMAGE PROJECTION

Utilizing Photoshop and your earlier projection plane diagrams add the actual images being projected and how they are skewed in each exhibition space -- in plan and section depending on applicability.


/ PLAN DIAGRAMS ONLY

_Projector Location


/ FOCUS QUESTIONS

For this next step of development in both PLAN AND SECTION, focus on the ideas of:

_Entry

_Stairs

_Seated Exhibition


/ INDIVIDUAL DRAWING/DIAGRAM

Have sketches and/or mock-ups of your personal drawing that you wish to add to the final deliverables to help describe your NARRATIVE, PROCESS, EXECUTION, AND BIG IDEA.


/ START FINAL MODEL

You are now encouraged to start preparing for your final model @ 1/8"=1'-0". You may also take this time to edit/complete your GROUP SITE MODELS. Final model materials:

_Mueseum Board

_Acetate


/ IMAGES

Please take five (5) additional images of the model you had for today. Upload these to the wiki. Your final boards will require fifteen (15) images (as with Design Synthesis 01) including those of your final model.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - DEVELOPMENT EDITS!!! FRIDAY 13.11.15

/ BIG IDEA

Please make sure your big idea has been narrowed to a single sentence and printed on 8.5x11 piece of paper.


/ PLAN AND SECTION LAYER LIST:

Remember to ask yourself what problem you are trying to solve with this pass! We have 3-4 more passes to go so do not feel like you have to solve them all. Please have all plans and sections @ 1/8"=1'-0" printed with the following laters:

_Gross Square Footage of Building

_Programmatic LABELS

_Programmatic Sizing

_Glass versus Wall

_Proper roof condition

_Section Cut lines

_Doors -- punch, pivot, slide, swing

_Stairs and Ramp Railing lines -- what type of rail are you designing?

_Elevator shaft + cab

_Colored Poche @ Cut

_Lineweights! What's way way way below?

_Context + Site Density of information

_Scale Figures (must be movie characters)

_Thin versus Thick

_Stairs/Ramps

_Eaves/Overhangs -- where do the walls sit in relation to the floors/roof?

_Stair and Ramp cut lines

_Section cut lines on all plans and sections

_Above and Below

_What's beyond?


/ ITERATION MODELS

Two (2) new tape models:

_One Iterative Full Model with Image printed and glued or taped to areas of exhibitions

_One "moment" model of a specific problem you are currently trying to solve


/ PLAN AND SECTION DIAGRAMS

Using the following layers, indicate where the projector is located and which planes the projection is projecting onto (maybe floor, ceiling, walls, or combination of these things):

_Dots = Projector Locations

_Linetype, opacity, line weights = Planes


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM MONDAY MORNING


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - TRANSVERSE + EDITS!!! WEDNESDAY 13.13.11

For this next exercise, focus on the idea of iteration as DEVELOPMENT. Don't forget to use your earlier studies to help you make decisions on your plan and sections edits. You have all done a TON of work that can be seen in each of your current strategies. Do not think of these as "new plans" but merely a projectional translation of the previous steps.


/ BIG IDEA

One sentence (consolidated) that speaks of your big idea as it applies to your project. Printed on a single 8.5x11 piece of paper.


/ IMAGES

Upload five (5) images -- hopefully taken today -- of your latest model + actual projection to the sidebar link titled "New Images" (thanks MEGAN!). USE THESE IMAGES TO HELP GUIDE YOUR PLAN AND SECTIONAL DEVELOPMENT. How is your building performing? How are the exhibition spaces engaging one another? How do they change the space? The experience?


/ TRANSVERSE SECTIONS

Remember that sections should reveal NEW information about your building. Take care and time on deciding where to cut these new sections. What cut would show the most about your spatial organization? About the exhibition? Experience? Sectional quality?

_Two (2) ADDITIONAL Transverse Sections @ 1/8"=1'-0"

_Section Edits for previous two (2) sections @ 1/8"=1'-0"

Added layers/information: REMEMBER WE ARE STRIVING TO PRINT THE LONGITUDINAL SECTION AT 1/4" SCALE FOR THE FINAL, THUS THIS IS THE TIME TO ADD DEPTH OF INFORMATION IN THESE SECTIONS.

_What's beyond

_Floor Thickness

_Roof Thickness

_Wall Thickness

_Glazing

_Stairs/Ramps

_Eaves/Overhangs -- where do the walls sit in relation to the floors/roof?

_Site Context

_Scale Figures


/ PLAN EDITS

Each day until the end of time you will be required to print all of your level plans for discussion. Each print must show signs of change -- iterative change. For this particular exercise, focus on how program starts to organize itself within the building.REMEMBER THAT DESIGN IS CYCLICAL AND THUS CHANGES YOU MAKE TO PROGRAM ORGANIZATION WILL DIRECTLY AFFECT THE FORM AND SECTION.

Added/Expected Layers:

_Program Labels

_Program Square Footage (as it stands, we can shrink/expand during discussion)

_Interior verus Exterior

_Above (dashed) and Below (thin)

_Open versus Closed

_Stairs/Ramps

_Thin versus Thick -- where do surfaces warrant a change in wall, floor, or roof thickness? Why?

_Line weights

_Poche @ cut (can be colored)

_Section Cut Lines (of all four(4) sections

_Site and Context -- this warrants two(2) plans with context drawn in: RIVER FRONT AND STREET FRONT. Think about how to include the site into these drawings (Remember the Crawford House plans?)

_ADA - Distance/length of ramps and stairs needed


/ ITERATIVE MODEL CATCH UP!

If you have NOT completed the iterative tape model which was due today, you MUST have it by Friday.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM FRIDAY MORNING


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - PLANS!!! MONDAY 13.11.11

Remember our discussion about design -- it's a CYCLICAL PROCESS! It's important to remember that you are in a state right now of KNOWING-WHAT-YOU-KNOW (previous tasks) and KNOWING WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW (how to translate that) with a spice of DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU DON'T KNOW (but I know!). This means you should take the time to look at what you've done and respond via plans. The good news is you ARE NOT STARTING FROM SCRATCH but merely utilizing a different medium (plans) to illustrate your design.


/ ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS : ALL LEVEL PLANS @ 1/8" = 1'-0" (DAN PLEASE NOTICE THE SCALE)

Each student should have all level plans which include the following (basic) information:

_Program (labeled) - make sure you indicate all programmatic elements in the project statement INCLUDING your four (4) exhibition spaces (L-M-S-XS). DO NOT FORGET THAT SOMETIMES PROGRAM IS SPREAD OUT VERTICALLY, THUS THE HIEGHT OF STORAGE MAY BE 18" OFF THE GROUND.

_Program Sizing (square footage -- see statement on white board)

_Interior verus Exterior

_Above and Below

_Open versus Closed

_Thin versus Thick -- where do surfaces warrant a change in wall, floor, or roof thickness? Why?

_Line weights and Layers

_Poche @ cut

_Site and Context -- this warrants two(2) plans with context drawn in: RIVER FRONT AND STREET FRONT. Think about how to include the site into these drawings (Remember the Crawford House plans?)

_ADA - MORE OF A REMINDER, but please think about the distance/length of ramps and stairs needed


/ PROJECTION DIAGRAMS

Utilizing your knowledge of opacity and line types, illustrte on EACH plan where the projection is being projected. This way be on a wall, floor, or ceiling.


/ ITERATIVE TAPE MODEL

One tape model that can be tested with the projector to study how the projection is PERFORMING in the spaces.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - CONSOLIDATED SECTIONS WEDNESDAY 13.11.06

Take a moment to STARE AT THE WALL!!! Use all of the drawings, diagrams, drawdels, and models to help guide you into your more concise sectional drawings. Think about program, vertical circulation, cores, projection, exhibition spaces, site, etc...


/ BIG IDEA SENTENCES

Everyone should be prepared for a Rapid Fire Review on Friday -- meaning you should take a stab at explaining your big idea, process, and development in 1 minute. Please note that we still have plenty of time to develop this idea, Friday will merely be a step of editing down.

_5 new sentences which should be iterations of ONE ANOTHER, NOT NEW SENTENCES printed on 8.5 x 11 and pinned up on the wall Friday morning.


/ TWO (2) SECTION DRAWINGS

Drafted, orthographic drawings done in either AutoCAD or Rhino -- be sure and include the WHOLE existing site. Please employ the use of POCHE in each drawing. HOWEVER, you must make sure and include the lifework in addition to the poche.

MAKE GOOD CHOICES ON YOUR SECTION CUT AREAS!!!


Required Drawings @ 1/8" = 1'-0" Scale:

_1 Longitudinal

_1 Transverse

Layers to INCLUDE:

_Cut (Poche)

_Ground condition

_Interior to Exterior

_Glazing/Open versus Wall/Solid

_Information Beyond cut line


/ ITERATIVE LAYERS

Using trash paper, InDesign, or Illustrator indicate two (2) additional variations of thicknesses ON TOP OF THE BASE SECTION DRAWINGS. How do these thicknesses change the space on either side? How do the wall surfaces participate differently when thickened? Lessened? Tapered? How does your BIG IDEA begin to warrant such changes.

Use ideas of opacity, line weight, and line type to show variations in the following assemblies:

_Wall

_Roof

_Floor

_Ground


/ ITERATIVE MODEL

After completing the drawings above, build one (1) tape model that illustrates your sectional development.


/ CATCH UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM FRIDAY MORNING


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - SECTIONAL-AXONS HYBRIDS EDITS MONDAY 13.11.04

/ AXON EDITS

You are expected to have exactly what was due on Monday at the beginning of studio Wednesday -- the only additional requirement:

_Drawdel Layer -- Planar Volume

Please be sure to ASK NEW QUESTIONS IN THESE AXONS THAN YOU DID IN YOUR CIRCULATION MODELS. How can you make spatial changes to better your conceptual execution? How does the image projection itself change the spaces involved? Their relationships to one another?

ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING"


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - SECTIONAL-AXONS HYBRIDS FRIDAY 13.11.01


/ THREE COMPOSITE AXONS

LAYER 01 / Hand Drawing: Each drawing should be centered on a 20"x20" sheet of hot press water color paper, cut down to size. You are to use these drawings as further EXPLORATION on the circulation models you created for Friday. You are encouraged and expected to make changes, combinations, or hybrids of the circulation models as you move forward into the axonometric drawings. Ask questions with these!

You will construct these axons by aggregating a series of nine (9) transverse sections cuts through the site. Each plane will thus have areas of INTERIOR VERSUS EXTERIOR and VERTICAL VERSUS HORIZONTAL. Explore these relationships spatially as you are developing them. These "base drawings" should be done with great care, as we will build on them over the next few weeks.

Include the following layers in each of the drawings:

_Construction Lines (Light graphite)

_Site Plane = Exterior (Medium graphite)

_Interior Space = Ink (Thick micron, etc. -- you may choose your own ink if you wish for this)

Remember, these are constructed as 2D planes -- nothing between the planes at this step!


LAYER 02 / Transparency Once you have finished your axon drawings, you are to scan it to use strictly as a background for photoshop work. Keep your drawing scaled at 100%, as you will be tracing this with imagery.

You are to investigate the four (4) major exhibition spaces (L-M-S-XS) and their locations and relationships within the axons by placing images of the actual projection into the spaces. THE IMAGE WILL RUN BETWEEN THE PLANES! As the image is suppose to show the following ides:

_Location and depth of exhibition spaces

_How does the image wrap/bend/superimpose inside the space, the floor, the ceiling, the circulation?

_Imagery that represents exactly how the image would be projected in the space

_Experiential qualities within these four spaces

_Does the exhibition run inside and outside


/ VOLUMETRIC TAPE MODELS

Develop one (1) volumetric tape model out of foam core, museum boar, or chipboard, that begins to show the envelope, or enclosure, of your explorations. This single model should take into consideration each of the three (3) trajectories you have been on thus far.


/ CATCH UP AND EDITS

You are also expected to be fully caught up with your site models and past tasks assigned by Monday.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 9:30 AM MONDAY MORNING"


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - CIRCULATION WEDNESDAY 13.10.30

Please remember the conversation from our Threshold Hunt when making your circulation models -- as it is important to think about HOW the four (4) places interact, engage, or insert in circulation itself. This may be thought of in terms of the model making itself as well as the actual space you are creating!


/ DIAGRAM EDITS

Take this time to edit your diagrams BEFORE using them to interpret circulation. Ask yourself the following questions:

How can you use the words to suggest scale? Prioritization? Hierarchy?

If you turn certain layers off does your big idea still come through?

How many types of people are circulating through?

How well do each of the four (4) exhibition spaces read? Are the images used suggesting different experiences or different locations of the same experience?

_MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE PROGRAM BAR ON THE RIGHT OR LEFT SIDE OF EACH SECTION DIAGRAM. THIS SHOULD INDICATE THE RATIO OF SPECIFIC SPACES IN THE PROGRAM (ie. Bathrooms, Storage, Office) not "Place, Transition, Servant"


/ PRECEDENT STUDY

I've uploaded the list of precedents discussed during class to the sidebar under Course Info. You are welcome to look up more than the one you were assigned.

When looking to these case studies, do not find ways in which to mimic, but rather to understand possibilities. Each of them represent sectional and programmatic moments that should help break you out of your own preconceived notions of space + building. When analyzing, ask your self how does this building perform in section? Conceptually? Progammatically? Answers may be in writing or drawing -- perhaps BOTH?

_24" of Trash paper that include individual analysis


/ CIRCULATION MODELS

Investigate ideas of circulation as it relates to the cores and to the four (4) primary spaces (exhibition spaces). These are to push the bound of circulation and illustrate your own line of questioning about HOW AND WHY one would move through the spaces in such a way. Perhaps think of how both the EMPLOYEE AND THE VISITOR are experiencing these sequencing of spaces.

Three (3) Circulation Models should be WELL CRAFTED and can employ any materials you wish -- I HIGHLY SUGGEST MUSEUM BOARD AND CHIPBOARD. Models must include the following:

_Ground Condition

_Cores

_Circulation paths (this can vary in width as well as "become" part of the places)

_Four (4) primary exhibition spaces (L-M-S-XS) which should have PROJECTED IMAGES PRINTED OUT AND GLUED IN PLACE to begin to see how the space would feel when the projection is cast. Does your image skew? Does it wrap? THINK ABOUT THE EXPERIENCE HERE!


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM FRIDAY MORNING. You are NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PRINT DURING STUDIO. Thus, late work will NO LONGER be tolerated.


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - SECTION MONDAY 13.10.28

We will focus the week on designing through section. Ideas discussed in studio such as: position, relationship, circulation, overlap, segregation, integration, superimposition, views, exhibition, place, transition, and servant, ARE ALL PRESENT IN SECTION. You should use this next diagrammatic task to push the bound of these spatial relationships.


/ SECTION DIAGRAMS

Using your foam models as ONLY A STARTING POINT, you are to diagram three (3) ideas via three (3) sections each = 9 diagrams total.

Take an image of your foam model (this may be a combination of two or a photopshop hybrid) of which you will ISOLATE the model itself (no background). You will use this image as the background template for your diagrams. You do NOT have to follow it exactly, but should use it as a guide for your deicsion making within the diagrams.

All the following layers should be includeed in EACH diagram:

_Four primary Exhibition Spaces -- ranging from L-M-S-XS -- these should be illustrated via IMAGERY of the projection itself. Is the image skewed? Reflected? Defracted in the spaces? The image should be the size of the space itself

_Ground Condition / Poche how are you manipulating the ground as it relates to the site? To the building? To the exterior space?

_Program / Servant, Transition, Place After reviewing your project statement, each program listed in the project should be indicated via words similar to the methods of OMA Section Diagrams

_Circulation Using 1-3 lines (focus on line types here) illustrate the common paths of ciruclation through the section

_Cores Illustrate via opacity two (2) vertical cores. Think about how these core interact, enable, or influence the space around it. You may have maximum three (3) cores -- either way you must have two (2) stairs and one (1) elevator. These do not have to be minimal but should be thought of as added SPACE AND EXPERIENTIAL MOMENTS OF ARRIVAL, APPROACH, AND ENTRY.

_Program Bar Graphic measurment of the amount of each program (the same device we've used to show the ratio of program in other projects)


Deliverarbles will be the same for three (3) different ideas, extractions, or interpretation of your foam models:

_1 Longitudinal Section - on one 11x17 sheet of paper

_2 Transvers - on one 11x17 sheet of paper


/ BIG IDEA SENTENCES

Print on 8.5 x 11 5 NEW sentences describing your big idea as it has responded to the drawdels, site, and now section


/ SITE MODELS

THESE ARE TO BE 100% COMPLETE FOR EACH TEAM. IF NOT, EACH MEMBER OF THE TEAM WILL RECEIVE AN INCOMPLETE UNTIL IT IS FINISHED.


/ CATCH UP

All work assigned for Design Synthesis 02 should be completed by Wednesday. We will start moving faster from Wednesday to Friday.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING. You are NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PRINT DURING STUDIO. Thus, late work will NO LONGER be tolerated.


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - EXTRACTING SITE FRIDAY 13.10.25

After your reading last week, you hopefully understand (a bit) the idea of extraction as a system of relationships. For this next task, we will be adding site information which you individually designed to the existing drawdels. This combination should focus on translating ideas of spatial relationships, in regards to your big idea, from the drawdel and extracting site infromation from your diagrams. Thus your deliverables are as follows:


/ SITE DIAGRAM

Utilizing your initial trash paper diagrams and comments from Friday, combine all layers into one single diagram. You may only use one (1) color and should employ your knowledge of line weights, line types, opacity, and superimposition.

_Print one version of this diagram @ 1/16" = 1'0" on a single 11X17 sheet of paper


/ 3 FOAM MODELS

These models will focus on a "slice" through the site model as the base of the next phase of models.

Print three (3) copies of your site diagram @ 1/8" = 1'-0" and cut out only the area in the "slice" seen above. Make sure it folds accordingly across the site topographical changes. THIS SHOULD BE A RIGID BASE and can be made out of museum board with site diagram clued on top.

Use this as you used the base image for your drawdel. Do not plan ahead, but allow yourself to respond while making. Using foam and tape or glue, translate ideas from your drawdel + extract ideas from your site diagram into 3 different volumetric / massing models that will represent your big idea + site.

_Foam Models can be layered, sliced, or subtracted

_Taped, glued, or pinned

_Be mounted onto the site "slice" diagram itself

_Be able to be placed and removed into YOUR site model

_Illustrate moments from your site diagram -- how do you address speeds, crowds, connections?

_Illustrate ideas from your drawdel -- what is the relationship between spaces? Vertically? Horizontally? How does your big idea come through?

_CALL OUT FOUR (4) PRIMARY SPACES WITHIN EACH MODEL OF VARYING SIZES (BIG - MEDIUM - SMALL - EXTRA SMALL) USING THE PRINTED IMAGES FROM THE DRAWDEL. These pieces of card stock may be glued or woven through the foam itself. They are intended to indicate a relationship of primary spaces to one another speaking towards your big idea and the ideas extracted from your drawdel.


/ BIG IDEA

Please print the following on 8.5 x 11 paper:

_5 Sentences FROM FRIDAY that respond to your drawdel

_5 NEW Sentences that introduce your new ideas about the site extraction / introduction


/ SITE MODEL

All site models should be painted, casted, and complete


I realize this is a bit step in the process, and encourage you to self critique, ask questions, and push your ideas of site, volume, preformance, and experience. ORGANIZATION THROUGH EXTRACTION


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM MONDAY MORNING. You are NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PRINT DURING STUDIO. Thus, late work will NO LONGER be tolerated.


P03 // SITE MODEL UPDATE!

All site models must be cut, assembled, sanded, and ready for paint and cast by Friday morning. It would also be helpful to have your paint purchased and in studio so I cans see/approve the color choice. THANKS!


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - DRAWDELS WEDNESDAY 13.10.23


DRAWDEL: (n.) Drawing + Model; a three-dimensional extraction of two-dimensional information.


For Wednesday assignements, please follow the order in which they are listed -- as each task will inform the next.


01 READING / RESPONSE

_The Diagrams of Architecture / NOX Diagrams p 270-281

_Resond via five (5) sketches in your sketchbook illustrating what you have learned from the reading. Sketches may be about your own work or the work being discussed. Either way, sketches must show evidence of you understanding via drawing.


02 DIAGRAM EDITS

_Edit your Image Mapping diagrams to provide yourself with more DENSE INFORMATION to extract from. Remember that you are not only mapping the apparatus, but the ACTUAL PROJECTED IMAGE. Draw lines and words from both the content within the image (a creepy eye for example) AND the way in which the apparatatus is manipulated / existing.

_3 Additional Diagrams = isolate lines and words


03 DRAWDEL / EXTRACTION MODELS

Using only MUSEUM BOARD + CARDSTOCK, begin to extract the diagrams you have created. Pay particular attention to how the lines and words have started to suggest spatial conditions. Use these materials to print/represent:

_White Space

_Shadows

_Image itself

_Focus on ONE METHOD OF MANIPULATING MATERIALS in each drawing (i.e. folding, peeling, interlocking, overlapping, etc.)

Note:Please see my email for additional examples.

Questions to consider when drawdeling: What are you extracting? Why? How does your big idea change the way you manipuate the image? How do you decide where and how to insert images? Shadows? White space? How are you making the 2D Image spatial in 3D ways? How does the extraction change the relationships in a vertical way? Are you building up or cutting into? Does this drawdel suspend from the wall? Why?


04 BIG IDEA

_Five (5) sentences describing how your original big idea has been slightly altered through the drawdel


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM FRIDAY MORNING. You are NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PRINT DURING STUDIO. Thus, late work will NO LONGER be tolerated. This has gotten way out of hand."'


P03 // SYNTHESIS 02 - SITE MODELS MONDAY 13.10.21

/ TRASH PAPER SITE DIAGRAMS

All diagrams should be at 1/16" = 1'-0" scale

Students may choose to have each layer as a separate piece of trash paper OR combine each layer of the seven (7) listed diagrams below on a single sheet of trash paper. Even though these are sketchy, MAKE GOOD CHOICES on the line weights, line types, and opacities you employ to illustrate the following:


01 PATHS

_Bikes

_People/Pedestrians

_Bus Routes

_Cars

_Boats

_Other

02 SPEEDS

_Super Fast

_Fast

_Medium

_Slow

03 COLLECTIONS POINTS

_People

_Bike Parking

_Food/Vendors

04 DAYLIGHT

Please show this by doing a shadow study of three different times of the day during the Summer Solstice. See the diagram here for help on the angles of the sun in relation to the date June 21 Sun Diagram We will go over this more during studio Wednesday.

_Morning

_Midday

_Afternoon

05 PROGRAM

Identify the programmatic uses of all surrounding buildings

06 NETWORK

Using lines of connection that extend over the entire site (all must cross near or thru our site) indicate moments of:

_Visible

_Approach

_Connection


/ IMAGE MAPPING EDITS

Please take time to edit your Image Mapping diagrams (all six of them if necessary).

Revisit the word collages by adding regulating lines and utilizing the words to suggest spatial consequences.Focus on analyzing through spatial awareness. Use dashed lines in your exploded to suggest NEW relationships between the pieces your have isolated. How do the shadows relate, overlap, or connect other pieces in the diagram? Lots of construction lines!!!!! Revisit the word collages by adding regulating lines and utilizing the words to suggest spatial consequences.


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING. You are NO LONGER ALLOWED TO PRINT DURING STUDIO. Thus, late work will NO LONGER be tolerated. This has gotten way out of hand."'




/ SITE MODEL GROUPS:

Group CYAN: Equere Phyre Jacob Eduardo

Group CHARCOAL GREY: Ethan Sal Zach Mack

Group MAGENTA: Caitlyn Rebecca Fabi Megan

Group YELLOW: Ayo Dan Rochelle


/ SITE MODEL SLICE


SITE MODEL pieces should be cut by Wednesday 13.10.23 and due in their complete state on Friday 13.10.25


SYNTHESIS 01 TO SYNTHESIS 02 - MAPPING IMAGERY

Thank you for all your hard work for the last push to midterm reviews. Overall, I was happy about the level of rigor and work produced. I look forward to discussing more on Monday.

Please upload any images taken at the Spatial Charrette today onto the sidebar! Thanks Caitlyn!


/ RESPOND!

1 page paper - single spaced - discussing your response to the reviews and your Design Synthesis 01 Project. Please outline the paper under the following ideas, moments, and process:

_Intent

_Development

_Execution

These papers should be WELL WRITTEN and discuss ways in which you and your reviewer responded to your project.


/ IMAGE MAPPING

Choose three (3) images from the first apparatus models (would have been first column in your review boards). Make sure and choose images that describe your big idea, demostrate your ideas of projection manipulation, and the ways in which the experience changes. EACH image will have two (2) 11x17 sheets that diagram the following ideas:

USE ONLY ONE SINGLE COLOR IN ALL DIAGRAMS BELOW.

/ Sheet 01: Image at full bleed. Diagram ON TOP OF IMAGE using ideas of LINE TYPES AND LINE WEIGHTS AND OPACITY areas of shadow, imagery, overlap, segregation, integration, and ARCHITECTURAL SPACE. INCLUDE WORDS that are collaged on top of the image that describe the ways in which you are mapping the image. DO NOT JUST LIST THESE WORDS, BUT RATHER INCLUDE THEM IN THE DIAGRAM.

_Image

_Diagram (lines, opacity, superimposition)

_Words (using them to explain the diagram in a meaningful way) These may be bigger and smaller, bolder and lighter, skewed and squared...Please refer to the method which OMA utilizes in the Arts District Master Plan (bottom diagram) OMA Word Diagrams


/ Sheet 02: EXPLODE THE IMAGE in ways that suggest the separate areas of the manipulation in a meanfinful way. HOW DOES THE EXPLOSION HELP DESCRIBE YOUR CONCEPT. The exploded image should be isolated on a white background.

_Shadow

_Image Planes _In between areas/spaces'"

_Dashed lines showing connection You may also look to the way in which Equere exploded his imagery, though this one should have MORE PLANAR RELATIONSHIPS.


TOTAL = 6 SHEETS OF 11X17 PAPER


ALL WORK should be pinned up no later THAN 8:30 AM MONDAY MORNING. Late work will NO LONGER be tolerated"'


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: REVIEW LAYOUT


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: REVIEW GROUPS


01 9:00-9:22 MEDIATION / PHYRE + FABI

02 9:23-9:45 FORCED DRAMATICISM / CAITLYN + ETHAN

03 9:46-10:08 RIGID OBSTACLES / MACK + EDUARDO

04 10:09-10:31 VOLUMETRIC DISJUNCTION / EQUERE + JACOB

05 10:32-10:54 FILTRATION / ZACH + MEGAN

06 10:55-11:28 CONTRASTING ACTUAL AND INTERPRETTED / AYO + ROCHELLE + DAN

07 11:29 -11:51 CAPTURED DEPTH / REBECCA + SAL



P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: FINAL REVIEW WEDNESDAY 13.10.14

FINAL DELIVERABLES are to be included in your Synthesis Layout


/ ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS at 1/8" = 1'-0" Scale:

01 Roof Plan + Shadows

02 Floor Plan

03 Figure Ground

04 Two (2) Transverse Sections

05 One (1) Longitudinal Section

(ALL DRAWINGS MUST INCLUDE THE ENTIRE CONTEXT (SITE SLICE)

NOTE: Photoshop to ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS

_Projection Manipulation (included in ALL Orthographic drawings where APPLICABLE)

_Scale Figures

_Single Color Diagrammatic Poche (how do you make your drawings expand upon your conceptual goals using selective color poche)


/ FINAL MODEL at 1/8" = 1'-0" Scale:

Only use white, clear, or translucent materials. MUST FIT IN SITE MODEL


/ DIAGRAMS

_Axonometric Diagrams (initial Apparatuses)

_View Cone + Place/Transition/Servant Diagrams (3 sheets of 11x17 with the PAIR of diagrams on each)

_Plan Diagram 01 (Exaggerated)

_Plan Diagram 02 (Sizing and Scale)

_Narrative Circulation Diagrams (Visitor, Employee, Cult Follower)

_Projector Location + Plane Projected Diagram


/ STUDY MODELS

_5-7 Iterative Models

_Three (3) Circulation Models


/ ITERATIVE IMAGES

All images should be of the projection manipulation inherent to each model.

_5 IMAGES OF INITIAL MODEL

_5 IMAGES OF SECONDARY MODEL(S)

_5 IMAGES OF FINAL MODEL


/ PROCESS TRASH PAPER OR DIAGRAMS

May be hung to the left of your presentation.


ALL WORK IS DUE NO LATER THAN 8:30 AM WEDNESDAY MORNING. GROUP ONE AND TWO SHOULD BE PINNED UP AT START OF STUDIO.



P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: EDITS + PHOTOSHOP Friday 13.10.11

Each of you should be continually editing your previous drawings and diagrams for the FINAL REVEIW on Wednesday. Please make sure that you have edited your graphic language and single color through out so that your drawing narrative reads as a WHOLE PROCESS.


/ PHOTOSHOP

_SECTIONS add the projection and thus its manipulation to all three (3) of your section drawings.

_PLANS if your projection occurs on the ground plane, include the image in this drawing as well. ALSO, think about areas within your plan that may warrant POCHE. You may use your single color for this. Remember that orthographic drawings can also be diagrams that indicate important information about your design.

_ROOF PLAN should now include shadows to indicate the heigh and volumetric differences within your design. Be mindful of shadows cast on the roof itself, the ground plane, and the CONTEXT (sidewalks, adjacent buildings, streets).


/ FINAL MODEL

As you are working towards the due date of your final model, keep in mind that ONLY THE FOLLOWING MATERIALS ARE ALLOWED:

_Museum Board

_Clear Acetate / Plexi

_Translucent Acetate / Plexi

You may only use FOAM CORE if I gave you individual permission.

Please take time and care with the CRAFT of both your initial SITE MODEL and thus ACTUAL MODEL. You've had ample time to make these beautiful, and I expect nothing less.

VIP: YOUR MODELS MUST BE ABLE TO DEMONSTRATE YOUR PROJECTION MANIPULATION. You will be asked to take five (5) more images of the projection as it applies to the final model. This requirement may warrant that the roof plane or wall plane be removed so that you and I can see the INTERNAL CONSEQUENCES.


/ ORTHOGRAPHIC DRAWINGS

All of the drawing requirements are due Monday -- this includes:

_Figure Ground

_Roof Plan + Shadows

_Floor Plan (line weights, line types -- only POCHE for diagrammatic purposes)

_Two (2) Transverse Sections

_One (1) Longitudinal Section

Each drawing should include the following layers/information:

_Scale Figures

_Construction Lines

_Section Cut Lines (Plan)

_North Arrow (Plans)

_Scale

_Existing Context (site model slice) in both PLAN AND SECTION

_Dashed Lines (ABV)

_Ramp lines

_Name + Glassell


/ DIAGRAMS

All diagrams up to this point should be clear and legible. You many only USE ONE COLOR in all diagrams. Diagrams assigned up to this point are due Monday:

_Axonometric Diagrams (initial Apparatuses)

_View Cone + Place/Transition/Servant Diagrams (3 sheets of 11x17 with the PAIR of diagrams on each)

_Plan Diagram 01 (Exaggerated)

_Plan Diagram 02 (Sizing and Scale)

_Narrative Circulation Diagrams (Visitor, Employee, Cult Follower)

_Projector Location + Plane Projected Diagram


/ STUDY MODELS

Previous study models to be completed by Monday:

_5-7 Iterative Models

_Three (3) Circulation Models


From Monday to Friday we will work on Final DESIGN EDITS AND FINAL MODELS ONLY. You should be caught up with all mentioned above by Monday. All drawings are to be printed on one single 11x17 piece of paper.

If you have ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE ABOVE, PLEASE EMAIL ME.


DUE_Monday 13.10.14 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM"'


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: EDITS! Monday 13.10.07

Please take this time to edit your axonometric (projection) diagrams, plan diagrams, images taken (should be 10), floor plans, sections, and figure ground. Each drawing should be at 1/8"=1'-0" scale on a single 11x17 drawing each. Please see below for expected layers:

PLEASE EDIT FIRST ON TRASH PAPER TO WORK THROUGH YOUR IDEAS


/ FLOOR PLAN

Take into consideration our discussions earlier today and make edits to both the line weights, line types, and context AS WELL AS your designs. For Wednesday I am looking for the following:

_Labeled Program (either by word or number +key) All of the program listed on your project statement should be acknowledged, sized, and located within your plans. Use your BIG IDEA to help guide the way in which you break down your servant spaces into the more specific areas of bathrooms, offices, etc.

_Doors Indicate entry and exit patterns -- including MAIN ENTRY AND MAIN EXIT and subsequent entry and exits. Doors are NOT required; you may use planes or openings to also suggest entry and exit.

_Circulation All ramps and stairs should be located and indicated via graphic standards

_Exterior and Interior Wall Variation Be sure to employ lineweights to distinguish interior versus exterior, glazing versus opening, plumbing walls versus partition walls.

_Existing Context including sidewalks, adjacent buildings, and the entire "slice" of the site model

_Dashed lines for ABOVE conditions

_Scale Figures

_Construction Lines

_Section CUT LINES

_Scale + North Arrow + Name + Glassell

_Design Legibility Your design and thus big idea (intent) should be clearly legible in your drawings

^Note: Only programmatic and spatial edits need to be attempted. You do NOT NEED TO FOCUS AT THE SCALE OF THE TOILET OR SINK, BUT MERELY AT THE SCALE OF THE WALL AND ENTRY.


/ 2 SECTIONS

Pay the same amount of attention here towards lineweights, linetypes, and poche. Each section is to be on a separate 11x17 sheet:

_4'-0" of ground

_Street, sidewalk, median

_Existing Context (Buildings)

_Roof thickness

_Information beyond the cut lines What's happening behind the cut?

_Ground Condition (can be poched depending on your concept)

_Construction Lines

_Exterior and Interior Wall Variation Be sure to employ lineweights to distinguish interior versus exterior, glazing versus opening, plumbing walls versus partition walls.


/ FIGURE GROUND

Include SITE CONTEXT. The figure ground may be poched depending on your BIG IDEA. Use this as a diagram!


/ PATH NARRATIVES

Include an additonal single plan on a separate 11x17 sheet of paper that has three (3) paths indicated:

_Visitor

_Employee

_Cult Follower of Metropolis

Have a short narrative for each of these individuals and why/where they move through your building


/ DIAGRAM EDITS

Make sure all of your diagrams up to this point -- which include the axon projection diagrams (x3), the view cone + place diagrams (x3), plan diagrams round 01 (x3) and plan diagrams round 02 (x3) include/acknowledge the following:

_Opacity

_ONE SINGLE COLOR USED IN ALL OF THEM

_Saturation (no muted colors)

_Legibility


/ CATCH UP!

For those of you who are behind, please be COMPLETELY CAUGHT UP BY WEDNESDAY. Each student is thus expected to have the following by Wednesday:

01 Big Idea on 8.5 x 11

02 Five Images of your initial apparatus

03 Five images of a study model

04 Three axon diagrams (include construction lines of projection)

05 Three view cone + place, transition, servant diagrams (side by side on one sheet of 11x17 piece of paper)

06 Three exaggerated plan diagrams

07 Three sizing/spatial plan diagrams

08 Three circulation models

09 5-7 Iteration Models

10 Floor Plan

11 Two Sections

12 Figure Ground


If you have ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE ABOVE, PLEASE EMAIL ME.


DUE_Wednesday 13.10.09 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM"'


NOTE // SCALING

To scale at 1/8" in Illustrator:

1. Save CAD file as 2007 version
2. Open file in Illustrator and when this option window pops up type:

File:8.png

Drawing Scale Equivalencies

1/16”: 1’-0”= 1/192
3/32": 1’-0”= 1/128
1/8”: 1’-0”= 1/96
3/16”: 1’-0”= 1/64
1/4”:1’-0”= 1/48
3/8": 1’-0”= 1/32
1/2":1’-0”= 1/24
3/4”: 1’-0”= 1/16


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: PLANS + SECTIONS! Friday 13.10.04

All drawings should include the entire CONTEXT of the SITE MODEL only. Each drawing should then have the same "slice" of the site.


/ ADA SLOPE AND STAIR ACCESSIBLITY

Remember that for stairs the MINIMUM RUN = 12", but can exceed this depending on your design goals. Please refer to email sent for the ADA presentation given early last week.


/ 1 FLOOR PLAN

Include the following layers AS DIFFERENT LINE WEIGHTS OR LINE TYPES (REMEMBER DESIGN ANALYSIS!!) Please focus on the legibility of your drawings graphically and spatially. While no doors need to be included yet, you should be dividing up Place, Transition, Servant into the appropriate square footage and programmatic requirements listed.

_CONSTRUCTION LINES

_Context (Adjacent Buildings) POCHED

_Sidewalks

_Exterior Walls

_Dashed lines for ABOVE

_Stairs and Ramps

_Interior Walls

_Floor changes

_Wall thickness variation -- Solid to Open, Thick to Thin


/ 2 SECTIONS

Either 1 Longitudinal and 1 Transverse OR 2 Transverse

Be MINDFUL of where you are choosing to pull your sections. They should each give us different information about your building, the projection manipulation, or the experience of the viewer!!!

Use same layers as mentioned above. Please include at least 4'-0" of the ground below. The ground condition, both interior to your building and exterior to the site can utilize poche.


/ FIGURE GROUND

One figure ground of your building indicating the interior and exterior relationships. Should include site "slice"


/ ITERATION MODEL

While this model can be extremely ROUGH IN CRAFT, it needs to articulate your ideas about both the overall form and the ground condition/circulation we studied last week. Use this model to EXPLORE the possibilities within your building, as we will nail these issues down early next week.


DUE_Monday, 13.10.06-- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM"'


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: CIRCULATION MODELS + DIAGRAMS! Wednesday 13.10.02


/ 3 CIRCULATION MODELS

After our discussion during desk crits, you are to begin to question how you've organized the circulation, transition, place, and servant spaces in terms of the ground condition. Each of these ITERATIVE models are to demonstrate a holistic approach (no dinky ramps!) meaning that each circulation path should address its adjacent spaces, not just be a "walkway."

How does your circulation begin to become space? How do the landings begin to blend, overlap, or engage the exhibition spaces and transition spaces itself?

_3 Circulation Models that fit into the site -- FILL UP THE WHOLE SITE

_YOU MAY WRITE ON THESE MODELS

_Indicate slopes, entry, exit, and approach

_Museum board and chipboard are encouraged (as foam core can be a bit unwieldy at this scale)


/ 3 CIRCULATION + PLAN DIAGRAMS

Each of your circulation models should influence change within your current plan. Diagram these changes as part of the iterative process. Each diagram should illustrate circulation, transition, place, path, and servant.

MAKE SURE THAT THESE ARE INDICATED VIA LINE WORK, not just opacity, as we are beginning to actualize our program into a solid FLOOR PLAN.

Proper line weights are EXPECTED.

Following layers should be included either in linework or opacity:

_Walls

_Glazing

_Ramps/Stairs

_Place (Exhibition Spaces)

_Interior vs Exterior

_Entry and Exit

_Place, Transition, Servant

_Path

_Site Context -- adjacent buildings, sidewalks, etc.


/ IMAGES

Please make sure you have at least 10 images that document the PERFORMANCE of your building.

_Five Images on the wall CURRENT

_Five additional images (of different model) digital

_All Ten (10) images UPLOADED ON THE WIKI


DUE_Friday, 13.10.04 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM"'


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: DIAGRAM ITERATION! Monday 13.09.30

After today's lecture on ADA and Accessibility Standards for vertical circulation, each of you should have some new ideas both about how one might circulate within your STRUCTURE and why one would use different types of circulation to STITCH, CONNECT, ENABLE, FACILITATE, SUPPORT, OVERLAP, OR ENGAGE WITH PLACE, TRANSITION, AND SERVANT spaces. Please FOCUS on the intention and design of the next phase of diagramming as we are beginning to actualize and articulate our structure into more defined spaces.


/ BIG IDEA

Print your big idea (as KEY WORDS) and your five sentences below on a single 8.5 x 11 piece of paper.


/ SITE + PLAN DIAGRAMS

Building on the notions of organization (SEPARATION vs. INTEGRATION), further articulate the view cone and programmatic diagrams from last week. Using your previous ideas of OPACITY, OVERLAP, LINE WEIGHTS, AND LINE TYPES include the following on ONE SINGLE DIAGRAM at 1/8" = 1'-0" scale:

_3 Viewers + 3 View Cones

_Place, Transition, Servant Spaces Make sure these are iterated. Meaning they should be more controlled than the previous diagram and stay within the bounds of the site! (^See Sizing description below)

_Path (Circulation) / Approach / Procession

_Entry / Exit Are they the same? Different streets? Different routes?

_Ground Condition

_Sizing once you have settled on an iteration and gone through rolls of TRASH PAPER investigating various possibilities of organization, import your diagram into AutoCAD and begin to measure the AREA of the various spaces you have created. Compare to the Glassell Studio Program Statement:

Interior:

200 sf / Lobby + Entry / Place + Transition

1,200 sf / Exhibition 01 / Place = 80 people

500 sf / Exhibition 02 / Place = 30 people

300 sf / Restrooms / Servant

450 sf / Offices (3 offices) / Servant + Place

100 sf / Storage (Office Supply) / Servant

200 sf / Storage (Gallery Storage) / Servant

200 sf / Projection Room / Servant


300 sf / Circulation Space / Path + Transition + Place

450 sf / Ancillary / Place + Transition

Total Interior: 3,900 sf


Exterior

900 sf / Exhibition 03 / Place = 60 people

100 sf / Circulation Space / Path + Transition + Place

Total Exterior: 1,000 sf


TOTAL PROJECT: 4,900 SF


Find ways which your CONCEPT WARRANTS to expand and contract what you have initially made to get closer to the actual AREA proposed.

Each diagram should be centered on a single 11x17 sheet of paper. You are to have three (3) iterations of this DIAGRAM!


/ ITERATION MODEL/ STUDY MODEL

Further articulate your structure from our discussion today and/or the diagrams detailed above. Study Model should be 1/8" = 1'-0" and fit within YOUR SITE MODEL

_Test! Please test this model with the projector. Take at least five (5) images of this model which you can show digitally for Wednesday.


Note: PLEASE POST YOUR FIVE (5) IMAGES FROM LAST WEEK ON THE WIKI SIDEBAR UNDER "PROJECTION ITERATION"


DUE_Wednesday, 13.10.02 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM"'


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: SLEEP!!! Friday 13.09.27

Please try and get AT LEAST 24 hours of SLEEP this weekend -- you should be rested, HEALTHY, and ready to start the week on Monday!


/ ITERATION MODEL/ STUDY MODEL:

Address the following issues in your study model (30 min or less):

_Approach

_Scale

_Site/Ground Conditions and Relationships

_Iteration -- something has to change!

_Extraction of information from your OWN diagrams. How does your diagram differ from your models? What type of relationships between the viewer and the projection would you want to shift? Further? How have your situated PLACE, TRANSITION, SERVANT in ways that can be extracted into a new/elaborated form?

_Projector Location -- if you have only one location, where would you project from? Within? Outside? From the ground? From the roof?


/ CATCH UP!

Those of you who are NOT completely caught up should use the weekend to do so. I expect all assignments to be completed by Monday 13.09.30


/ WIKI

Please uplaod your individual five (5) images to the wiki page -- I have started a page/link on the side bar called "Iterative Projections" for you to upload here!


HAVE A RESTFUL WEEKEND!!!

- Professor Glassell


P02 // SYNTHESIS 01: CONCEPT TO DIAGRAMS Wednesday 13.09.25

/ EDITS FOR FRIDAY:

_DOCUMENT MODELS + PROJECTION IN THE IMAGE = 5 IMAGES EACH PRINTED ON 8.5 X 11 FULL BLEED

_FINISH SITE MODEL = BEAUTIFUL


/ WHAT ARE WE DOING IN THIS STUDIO EXACTLY? LEARNING TO DESIGN AN....

ex·hi·bi·tion (n.) 1. a public display of works of art or other items of interest, held in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair.

We are designing an exhibition gallery to display the film METROPOLIS utilizing ideas of PERFORMATIVE ARCHITECTURE. Thus you should begin to focus on how your apparatuses become actualized and spatialized within your site.


/ CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMMING -- FROM CONCEPT TO DIAGRAM

Note: I have left the project statement print out in studio, pinned to the partition wall between our studio and McReynolds studio. See this sheet for further examples of diagrams expected.


Please have 5 TRASH PAPER sketches to accompany each diagram listed below = 15 sketches. Include each diagram on ONE 11x17 sheet of paper, equally spaced at 1/16" = 1'-0" scale. Include the outline of the site under each.

1_PLAN DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING VIEW CONES OF 3 VIEWERS / 3 EXPERIENCES WITHIN YOUR APPARATUS

1_PLAN DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATING CONCEPTS ONLY OF PLACE, TRANSITION, SERVANT

3_SITE ORIENTATION: Copy the pair of diagrams listed above onto 3 11x17 sheets that includes the site plan with a DIFFERENT orientation for each pair.

1 _DAILY ITERATION STUDY MODEL = SOMETHING NEW ON THE SITE MODEL! = FIRST ITERATION OF ORIENTATION

5_SENTENCES COMBING BIG IDEAS OF FILM + CONCEPTUAL APPARATUS

/ CONCEPTS/LAYERS

Using ideas of OPACITY, LINETYPE, AND LINEWEIGHT, address the following issues in your diagrams + model:

_VIEW CONES + SCALE + PROXIMITY

_3 VIEWER POSITION = 3 EXPERIENCES OF PROJECTION MANIPULATION

_EXPERIENCE AS PLACE / TRANSITION

_IDEAS OF OVERLAP / INTEGRATION / SEGREGATION: WHAT IS SEEN FROM WHERE?

_SITE ORIENTATION

_PROGRAM ORIENTATION / RATIO / SEQUENCE

_DEPTH + SURFACE

_FILTER + OBSTACLE

_SCALE + PROXIMITY

_BIG IDEA FILM + APPARATUS


DUE_Friday, 13.09.27 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM. Please reorganize the studio walls so that Project 02 can start to SPREAD OUT!!!!! (Though I'll miss the Project 01 Wallpaper!)


NOTE: STUDENTS MAY NOT USE THE LASER CUTTER FOR THIS SITE MODEL

Please take care with your craft and articulation when constructing your site models. These will be graded on craft and accuracy.

Thanks!!! Looking forward to seeing your work tomorrow.


P02 // SITE MODELS MONDAY 13.09.23

I have updated the deliverables, both here on the wiki as well as in the studio on the class whiteboard. If you have additional questions please come to my office hours or make an appointment.

Please note that from now on, you will be asked to have AT LEAST one NEW model each day -- this can be a study model, but must show CLEAR SIGNS OF ITERATION.


/ ITERATION MODELS

After processing your axonometrics, edit down to one model. This may be a combination of ideas/results from your axonometric diagramming or a further iteration of one idea in particular.

_2 models (one study model - which counts for your one a day mentioned above - and one nice model furthering your idea of a PROJECTION APPARATUS ONLY -- Salvador and Zach, am watching you!)


/ BIG IDEA

_5 SENTENCES describing your big idea about the APPARATUS

_5 SENTENCES describing your big idea about the FILM METROPOLIS

Note: These may be similar strands of thought.


/ SITE MODEL

Using the site documents located in the sidebar, construct a site model using layered/stacked WHITE FOAM CORE. Do not make a "box" but rather layer each piece to form the whole.

_1/8" = 1'-0" Site Model "SLICE"

_Base to BE 1/2" ONLY for Wednesday -- this = 4'-0"


/ SYNTHESIS 01 / CONCEPTS WK 01

EXHIBITION CONTENT CONCEPT / BIG IDEA VIEWER LOCATION / TYPE OF VIEWING PROJECTION SCALE


DUE_Wednesday, 13.09.25 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM. Any student who is late will be asked to go home -- we need to seriously reign in the tardiness in this studio.


I saw this last year and it was incredible. Everyone should look into getting a ticket to see it on October 18th!

http://metropoliselektro.com

Caitlyn Barhorst


STUDIO SHOUT-OUT: CAITLYN!!!

Thank you Caitlyn for taking pictures of our session Friday. Students, please refer to these images to help you remember and understand both the testing that occurred Friday and the ways in which your apparatus manipulated projection.

I encourage everyone to take pictures throughout the semester and upload them on the wiki at your convenience.

Thanks!


P02 // DIAGRAMMING PROJECTION FRIDAY 13.09.20


FIRST: I realize Friday's session went fairly quickly, but it seemed like MOST of you had six (6) very amazing projection manipulation apparatuses. We will go over these + your diagrams during desk crits on Monday so that you may each have a more individual critique of your design process thus far. I expect EVERYONE to have completed the six (6) apparatuses and six (6) study models by Monday.

Please let me know if you have any questions from Friday via email. I'm DEFINITELY looking forward to seeing your work on Monday.


/ DIAGRAMMING PROJECTION

As discussed on Friday, students should choose three (3) apparatuses to diagram in axonometric. Each of these diagrams should be on a separate sheet of 11x17 paper and be centered on the page. Using Photoshop, AutoCAD, and Illustrator, diagram the following on top of your axonometric:

1_How does the image itself change on the apparatus? In the apparatus? Around the apparatus? Using Photoshop bend and transform the projection onto your axonomentric.

2_How does it affect the background plane? The projection beyond? Only draw the image plane itself in the background, no need for walls or ceiling unless you feel your concept warrants it so (reflection maybe?)

3_Locate three (3) viewing areas for three (3) different viewers. Merely number these with a particular line type.

4_ CONSTRUCTION LINES! This will help you construction the axon and relay new information to you (and ME!) on how the projection manipulation is connected/contructed/related.

5_ BIG IDEA must be addressed and decided for each of the three (3) apparatuses constructed in axonometric. Think about the ways in which specificity will help you here.

NOTE: You may CHANGE OR ALTER the original apparatus in the diagram only. I encourage you to always ALWAYS ITERATE!


// WATCH METROPOLIS and generate a position or BIG IDEA of the film itself.

PLEASE START TO THINK ABOUT WAYS IN WHICH YOUR BIG IDEA FOR THE FILM AND YOUR BIG IDEA FOR THE APPARATUS START TO WORK TOGETHER (OR DYNAMICALLY OPPOSE) IN MEANINGFUL WAYS. THIS IS THE START OF YOUR BIG IDEA FOR YOUR FINAL EXHIBITION SPACE.


-NOTICE ON SIDEBAR I HAVE UPLOADED THE DESIGN SYNTHESIS 01 PROJECT STATEMENT


DUE_Monday, 13.09.23 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM


CHARRETTE!!! WEDNESDAY 13.09.18

Thanks Dan for this image -- it definitely represents the spatial nature of projection manipulation. Please upload others to the link on the sidebar!



CHARRETTE!!! WEDNESDAY 13.09.18

GREAT WORK today during the Charrette -- I look forward to seeing more of the images you documented on the Wiki Link in the sidebar (thanks Megan!) Additionally, I have added links to image searches for your projection exercises located in the sidebar, under "Projection Images." You area also welcomed to FIND ANY ADDITIONAL IMAGE STILLS OF THE FILM METROPOLIS to use for your own projections.


/ ANALYSIS TO SYNTHESIS: PROJECTION APPARATUS

After today’s charette you should have a solid grasp on the ways in which imagery is projected, consequences of proximity of projection, and conceptual ideas about how to manipulate projection.

Moving forward, design, construct, and test six (6) variations of projection manipulation that address the following issues:


_1 Surface / Depth -- 2 APPARATUSES + 2 STUDY MODELS

_2 Proximity / Scale -- 2 APPARATUSES + 2 STUDY MODELS

_3 Obstacle / Filtration -- 2 APPARATUSES + 2 STUDY MODELS


Each APPARATUS should be made from no more than two (2) materials and pay particular attention to texture, color, and performance qualities. Apparatuses may be any size the student finds necessary to address the issues outlined, and thus may be presented (either fixed or transiet) accordingly.


/ Things to CONSIDER/ADDRESS:

_Is your apparatus SITE SPECIFIC? Meaning is it designed specifically for the image you have chosen? Or will it work for other images?

_How many VIEWERS can participate in your apparatus? How do you choreograph the narrative for viewers to follow?

_Have you changed the way in which the viewers receive the CONTENT? EXPERIENCE? Or just the PROJECTION ITSELF?

_Think about the definition and how it may suggest ORGANIZATION, PARTICULARITY, PURPOSE, SYSTEM, OR STRUCTURE:

ap·pa·rat·us (n) noun: apparatus; plural noun: apparatuses; plural noun: critical apparatus

1. the technical equipment or machinery needed for a particular activity or purpose. _synonyms:equipment, gear, rig, tackle, gadgetry;

2. a complex structure within an organization or system. _synonyms:structure, system, framework, organization, network


/ STUDY MODELS

Each apparatus should have AT LEAST one study model that comes before EACH -- USE THESE to test and retest your initial ideas. We are learning the beginnings of design process, thus ITERATION is important to try different spatial devices, awarenesses, and INTENT!!!! This makes the total deliverables 12 MODELS.

Study Model Examples:

_Koolhaas, Study Models Casa de Musica Porto

_Professor Glassell_Fall 2006_Auburn University



P01 // DOCUMENTATION MONDAY 13.09.16

Great work today everyone! I hope you enjoyed the Formally Informal Peer Review Session this morning as much as I did.

Please take the next two days to revisit your drawings DIGITALLY and make any final EDITS or DRAWINGS that may have been missing, not up to par, or generally lacking during the review today. You are expected to digitally upload all of your work, including ALL DELIVERABLES (see post below), to the Wiki Page created for each of you located on the sidebar. These should be uploaded in a vertical fashion with short captions describing each task.


/ Reading 03

For Wednesday discussion:

Read pages 195-204, The Diagrams of Bernard Tschumi, from your course book: The Diagrams of Architecture by Mark Garcia. After/During your reading, please have five (5) sketches/drawings/diagrams in your sketchbook illustrating what you have learned from the reading. Pay particular attention to Tschumi's view of architecture vs. diagramming and his discussion of the Manhattan Transcripts.


Note that all work from P01 Design Analysis must be uploaded no later than 8:30 am, Wednesday 13.09.18 -- late work will NOT BE COUNTED nor accepted



P01 // FINAL REVIEW MONDAY 13.09.16

Please make sure that all tasks (Task 01-Task05c) have been edited, printed, and formatted correctly for tomorrow's review. All drawings should either be on single 11x17 sheet of paper or one larger board -- equally spaced and LINED UP so that the construction lines run through each drawing.

Focus on how these final edits demonstrate clear, concise, and meaningful information in your diagrams. Each diagram should divulge NEW INFORMATION about your process and understanding of the design analysis.


FINAL REVIEW DELIVERABLES (please scroll down for previous posts for more detail)

Please format your final drawings in separate columns, taking care of how/what lines up left to right as well as top to bottom.


/ BIG IDEA_printed on 8.5 x 11 both as large format words and one sentence in brackets below

/ Task 01

_Trash Paper Sketch Diagrams_can be hung overlapping

_Research Images_ these should coordinate with your Task 02 dots and can be shared with each group

_Research Drawings, text, concepts_these will be done per group and may be their own column

/ Task 02

_Reconstruction Drawings_all at same scale, 100% opacity, and HAVE POCHE. Line weights and line types are extremely important here.

_Include sequencing, section cuts, image locations (dots)

/ Task 03

_Diagrams_at same scale as Task 02

/ Task 04a/04b

_Actual and Conceptual Diagrams_half scale of Task 03. Focus on how you are orienting these diagrams on the paper, both individually and how they look with the whole project.

/ Task 05a/05b/05c

_Axonometrics_please make sure that each of these drawings discusses new information. Make sure and have construction lines visible.


FINAL REVIEW_FORMALLY INFORMAL

Students will be presenting in groups of three and should be pinned up in the following locations:

P01_FINAL REVIEW

01 PHYRE / 02 MEGAN / 03 REBECCA / 04 EQUERE / 05 SALVADOR / 06 FABI / 07 MACK / 08 ZACH / 09 ROCHELLE / 10 DAN / 11 ETHAN / 12 EDUARDO / 13 JACOB / 14 CAITLYN / 15 AYO


FINAL REVIEW_Monday, 13.09.16 -- All Students are to pinned up no later than 8:30 AM (Order of presentations will be discussed in studio).


P01 // TASK 05c // ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL_MASSING WEDNESDAY 13.09.11

PLEASE NOTE FINAL REVIEW FOR P01 DESIGN ANALYSIS WILL BE MOVED TO MONDAY, 13.09.16 We will discuss the review formatting and order of presentations during Friday's studio session.

As we prepare for the upcoming final review, I expect each one of you to be COMPLETELY CAUGHT UP with all of the tasks assigned during the project.


/ TASK 05a/05b: ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL_AXONOMETRIC EDITS + BIG IDEA

After our discussion today, I expect each of you to have 5 SENTENCES describing your BIG IDEA. This should be printed on 8.5 x 11 in brackets under your BIG IDEA heading.

Focus on how the axonometrics pair both actual and conceptual in a meaningful way. How does the conceptual work with, exaggerate, or exploit the actual in a new way? Make sure all of your diagrams illustrate DIFFERENT information.


/ TASK 05a/05b: ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL_MASSING

Using the same methodology as Task 05a/05b, develop and produce two axonometric drawings equally spaced on ONE 11x17 piece of paper:

1_ACTUAL MASSING should focus on the geometries and form of the actual house described. Though this may be reductive, it should clearly indicate the proportion, massing, and form of the existing house.

2_CONCEPTUAL MASSING should be the formal combination of Task 05b (both horizontal and vertical SURFACES). Think of this task as "wrapping" your surfaces into a solid volume, mass, or form.


TASK 05c Due Friday 13.09.13 NO later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)


P01 // TASK 05a/05b // ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL_AXONOMETRIC MONDAY 13.09.09

Now that we're moving into 3-Dimensional diagramming via AXONOMETRIC drawings, please refer to your book, The Diagrams of Architecture (page 99) to see examples of Peter Eisenmann's Diagrams of Interiority (House II). These diagrams should illustrate the value of isolation and the clarity which I expect in your own diagrams.

Note that any LATE work will be regarded as incomplete and will affect your participation grade directly.


/ TASK 04a/04b: ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL EDITS

After today's discussion, edit down your diagrams -- focus on clarity of information. Most of you should make sure that your proportion diagrams show relationships, not just equivalent shapes/geometries.


/ TASK 05a: CONSTANT vs VARIABLE

Using your own "BIG IDEA" you are to have two, side by side axon drawings equally spaced on a single 11x17 piece of paper.

1_CONSTANT what are the architectural devices used by the architect that lead you to your own big idea/concept of the building? What are the ACTUAL architectural means which describe, influence, or accentuate your own big idea? Diagram these devices in an isolated fashion.

2_VARIABLE how have you begun to diagram this in a way that speaks to the overall organization and understanding of your building? What are the CONCEPTUAL ways in which you can illustrate your big idea as it relates to the whole/actual architecture?


/ TASK 05b: SURFACE

Each of the following deliverables warrants a pair of axon drawings equally spaced on a single 11x17 piece of paper. EACH PAIR SHOULD INDICATE THE ACTUAL VERSUS THE CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING.

1_HORIZONTAL isolate the horizontal surfaces (floor planes, roof plan, countertops?) which support the whole. Additionally, using your OVERLAP diagrams from Task 04b, diagram via isolation the areas of overlap as they relate to horizontal surfaces.

2_VERTICAL isolate the vertical surfaces (exterior walls, interior walls, material plans?) which support the whole. Additionally, using your SEPARATION diagrams from Task 04b, diagram via isolation the areas of separation as they relate to vertial surfaces.


TASK 05a/05b Due Wednesday 13.09.011 NO later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)



P01 // TASK 04a/04b // ACTUAL + CONCEPTUAL FRIDAY 13.09.06

PRINTER REQUIREMENT -- as we've had multiple issues with punctuality the last two weeks, I'm going to require you get a printer (either as a studio or as individuals) to be left in studio and used for pin-ups (not for actual Reviews).


I'm really looking forward to seeing all of your hard work tomorrow and extremely impressed with the level of diagramming you all are investigating. Let's make sure that everyone is caught up tomorrow with each previous task -- Task 02/Task03/Task04a -- and have each pinned up for discussion tomorrow morning.


/ TASK 04b: COMPONENT_CONCEPTUAL

In contrast to Task 04a: Actual, you will now be charged with extracting NEW information from your own diagram. Using the same layout, color, and opacity/saturation as Task 04a: Actual, diagram the following on top of the reconstructed drawings:

1_Areas of OVERLAP as seen or illustrated in any previous diagram. Where do places, transitions, paths, and servant spaces overlap in your mind? How have you defined this area? Diagram each building plan/section.

2_Areas of SEGREGATION / SEPARATION as seen or illustrated in any previous diagrams. Where have you indicated areas of complete separation? Indicate this via poched wall types -- note how thick of an area you have denoted as "separation"

3_SEQUENCE using the sequence lines from Task 02, generate a form/mass that indicates areas of circulation and pause. The length of the sequence line should be directly related to why you chose to stop at that moment within the house. Is this a place for viewing? Standing? Resting? How much would one see?

4_PROGRAM graphic what is the ratio of time spend in Place versus Transition? Path versus Transition? In the spirit of OMA's Methodology, diagram the 10 areas you've chosen for your sequencing as they relate to program -- match the color/opacity of each of the 10 areas with a 10 piece graphic.


TASK 04a/04b Due Monday, 13.09.09 NO later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)


P01 // TASK 03/TASK 04a // DIAGRAM + EXTRACT WEDNESDAY 13.09.04

/ TASK 03: PATH, PLACE, TRANSITION, SERVANT Diagrams EDITS

Great discussion today guys! Please take this time to let the comments of today soak it and process, as diagramming takes multiple iterations of to finally get clear, concise, clean, and beautiful diagrams + information. Remember to TEST print, as this can begin to indicate areas of weakness, business, and repetition. You are forming two graphic languages (BIG IDEA + PROGRAM) that need to work together to create a holistic understanding of your position and analysis of the house.


Task 03 is to be completed entirely by Friday. See Task 03 deliverables below.


/ TASK 04a: COMPONENT_ACTUAL

In diagramming, there are moments of analyzing the ACTUAL conditions and moments of presenting the CONCEPTUAL conditions. These will be the two parts of Task 04. To begin, we will focus on the inherent geometries, regulating lines, proportions, and inconsistencies in reducive and simple diagrams.

Using the same color from TASK 02 + TASK 03 diagram the following. Mask the Reconstructed Drawings at (around) 25%, this will be significantly less than Task 02 but still visible. TEST THIS!

Complete all FOUR diagrams for each level plan and section of your Reconstruction Drawings -- each of the four is to be the same EXACT scale and situated on one 11x17 sheet of paper, equally spaced.

_Diagrams:

1_Primary GEOMETRIES -- what geometric influences are present in your house? Squares, rectangles, ellipses, curves, solids, circles, etc.? Can you find moments where the geometries exist but may or may not be complete (missing corners?)

2_Regulating LINES -- using your CONSTRUCTION LINES, find those that are most influential in the make up of your building. IS their a GRID existing? Are their points of RHYTHM?

3_Proportioning SYSTEM -- using Reading 02, Regulating Lines / Le Corbusier, create a regulating system that indicates areas of proportion. Remember to consider SCALE.

4_INCONSISTENCIES -- where are the moments in which the architect breaks the rules? Highlight these areas using either actual or zoning techniques.


/ READING 02_Regulating Lines, Le Corbusier


TASK 03/04 Due Friday, 13.09.06 NO later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)


P01 // TASK 02/TASK 03 // RECONSTRUCTION + DIAGRAM FRIDAY 13.08.30

/ TASK 02: RECONSTRUCTION Edits

After today's discussion, you should have a clear idea and direction for your Task 02 Reconstruction EDITS. Please be mindful of your construction lines (USE THEM) and your line weights, line types, and poche. Remember, sometimes test printing and trying the 5' test (pin up your drawing and see how it looks 5'-0" away from you!) can help you make decisions during the process, rather than seeing these mistakes at the final pin-up. Look to TASK 02 below for deliverables. ALL deliverables associated with Task 02, including drawings and diagrams, are expected Wednesday. See presentation formate below.

^ I was very pleased with the hard work presented TODAY and look forward to seeing how your drawing progress and become more and more BEAUTIFUL with time! Keep it UP! YAY!!!!!

Note: Please ADD a FIGURE GROUND print out of your house -- which will only feature the formal outline + fill of your house centered on the page.


/ TASK 03: PATH, PLACE, TRANSITION, SERVANT Diagrams

Once your reconstruction drawings have been edited, you will add diagrams to the drawings via SEPARATE LAYERS. These diagrams are meant to identity and extract the relationships and sequence of Places, Paths, Transitions, Servant, and CONCEPT. Each of these diagrams are to be done in a SINGLE color (either Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, or Black) and layered on TOP of each of the Reconstruction Drawings -- all plans and sections.

You will print each drawing out, with ALL diagrams included on 11x17 NICE PAPER. See presentation formate below.

These diagrams should explore ideas of line types, line weights, color blocks, opacity, superimposition, juxtaposition, layering, overlap, and conveying emotion/concept/idea. As discussed, the drawings should be represented clearly (including Construction Lines) underneath each diagram @ 50-75% opacity. This is intended to "mask" the plan/section, allowing the diagram to take control of the drawing.

Consider the repercussion of having to layer each diagram atop one another on each drawing -- where do moments of information density occur? Where do the diagrams engage or interact with one another? Would this behavior constitute a diagram?


/ TASK 03 DIAGRAMS

1_CONCEPT / BIG IDEA -- presented on all plans, all sections

Illustrate, via diagramming and graphic techniques, your individual "big idea" about your house. How do you utilize graphic methodology to describe this "big idea" to others?

2_PLACE -- presented on all plans, all sections

_Primary vs. Secondary

_Public vs. Private

(Are these things the same? or do they describe different places within your house?)

3_PATH -- presented on all plans, all sections

_All paths

_CIRCULATION PATH that was used for your sequence drawing in TASK 02.

4_TRANSITION -- presented on all plans, all sections

How does one illustrate transition? What are the spatial ideas within this term? See Design Analysis Statement for more definition.

5_SERVANT -- presented on all plans, all sections

Remember -- each diagram should be on a SEPARATE LAYER! You'll thank me for this....


/ TASK 02/03 PRESENTATION FORMAT

_All deliverables listed above on separate 11x17 sheets of paper, centered.

_Both Task 02/03 should have the exact same number of sheets -- as they are each layers of your reconstruction drawings.

_Organize Task 02/Task 03 into individual COLUMNS on the wall


TASK 02/03 Due Wednesday, 13.09.04 NO later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)


P01 // TASK 02 // RECONSTRUCTION WEDNESDAY 13.08.28

Now that you have familiarized yourselves with both your house and the ways in which to diagram it, it is time to reconstruct! You will draw all level plans, site plan, and two (2) sections of your building in AutoCAD and then graphically in Illustrator. Pay particular attention to your LAYERS, LINE WEIGHTS, AND LINE TYPES which were discussed in studio today. Also notice that CONSTRUCTION LINES help one construct not only the plans, but the relationship of the sections to the plans -- USE THESE TO HELP YOU RECONSTRUCT, as they are not additive, but inherent to one's drawings.

Within your ANALYSIS GROUPS, define the scale that should be used to best situate your drawings on 11x17 paper -- either 1/16" or 1/8" scale. All drawings are to be at the SAME SCALE. Also utilize the collaborative environment to help each other establish varied LINE WEIGHTS for the following LAYERS:

_Poche

_Walls / Structure

_Stairs

_Doors / Windows

_Below / Above -- (Above will be dashed as discussed)

_Construction Lines (should run across entire page!)

_North Arrow and Scale


/ RECONSTRUCTION Deliverables

1_Site Plan

2_All level plans

3_Roof plan

4_Two (2) sections

Note: Each drawing should be on a separate 11x17 piece of paper.


/ RECONSTRUCTION Diagrams

Choosing ONE COLOR, either Cyan, Magenta, or Yellow -- diagram the following on all plans. Please put these on separate layers in Illustrator (these are not to be drawn in AutoCAD)

1_Section cut lines

2_Dots at each point an image was taken (refer to gathered images from Task 01)

3_Sequence Narrative -- choose one (1) of the circulation paths you sketched in Task 01. Along these paths, choose 10 points of rest, view, or transition. These moments are that of programmatic change, a point of view, or a place of rest. Create a series of tangental lines which cross through the plan. These lines represent the diagram of FILM STRIP, establishing moments within the building. See additional resources below.


/ Additional resources and examples

OMA


Due Friday, 13.08.30 no later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)


P01 // TASK 01 // GATHER MONDAY 13.08.26


/ ANALYSIS Groups

08 E-1027 / Gray Rebecca / Megan / Equere / Phyre

10 Villa Dall'Ava / Koolhaas Jacob / Ayo / Caitlyn / Eduardo

15 Rachofsky House / Meir Fabi / Mac / Salvadore

18 Crawford House / Morphosis Dan / Ethan / Zach / Rochelle


/ ANALYSIS Deliverables

1_Three (3) SKETCHBOOK sketches that illustrate your thoughts or understandings of Reading 01

2_Reading 01, Field Conditions

3_Analysis / Gather

_All level plans (including roof)

_2 Sections

_4 Elevations

_Site Plan

_INterior and EXTerior photos [at least 10 images]

_Conceptual process models, sketches, diagrams [at least 6 images]

_Text describing: Architects BIG IDEA / Devices used to execute / BIG IDEA in your terms; what do you think?"

4_Analysis / Sketch Diagrams

_Primary/Secondary entrances [ 1 site plan, 1 elevation]

_Circulations [ 3 plan, 1 section] for OWNER, VISITOR, YOU, AND A DOG.

_Primary/Secondary Spaces [1 plan, 1 section]

_Public/Private Spaces [ 1 plan, 1 section]

_Servant Spaces [1 plan]

_Material Changes [ 1 plan OR 1 elevation, whichever is most applicable to the house]


/ Reading 01

Field Conditions / Stan Allen, Points + Lines: Diagrams and Projects for the City, Chapter 03


/ Additional resources and examples


Due Wednesday, 13.08.28 no later than 8:30 AM (All students MUST be pinned up in the studio)