Tuesday, November 25, 2014
This sheet shows my exploration of the shapes for the roof panels. My professor had also wanted me to experiment with color, so I created an option that has a mix of blue and yellow and clear triangles. I imagine the material to be thin and translucent so that sun may filter through and reflect onto the ground and the people sitting inside.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
great tutorials that have kept me alive in this class
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
Here's the conceptual site plan I had used for the first few weeks of the term to organize the buildings of the winery. We will be designing a hospitality building to hold the tasting room, an office and professional kitchen. Additionally, the site plan includes a bunkhouse for workers, a production facility, part of it being outdoor and five feet above grade, a barrel cellar and a dry goods storage.
Here is a section model of the tasting room. My primary material would be masonry. I want to take advantage of the thickness of masonry to create interesting voids in the facade, and to shape the views for the visitors.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014
EIEO & Company. The client will be looking at our ideas, however the studio project will remain conceptual as most of our designs will be over budget. The tasting pavilion is a small structure located by a spring, which leads to a man made pond. It is shaded by two large trees. We were to design a small space that includes some sort of water element.