Saturday, 12 June 2010

Project3 : Final model & Drawings

Section 01 - 1: 100
Section 02 - 1:100
Second Floor Plan - Gallery and Courtyard
First Floor Plan - Apartment and Gallery
Ground Floor Plan - Shop, Office, Stock room and Gallery

This gallery is designed for Damien Hirst to represent his concept of "death" and "Spot Painting"
It's mainly focused on his idea that "If you said something interesting, that might be a title for a work of art and I'd write it down. Art comes from everywhere. It's your response to your surroundings.", so i tried to design it with open space to represent his openness. Only space to be designed as a defined room is top floor gallery where sculptures capturing "death" are exhibited.
View from first floor window/Ramps - to connect each gallery

Two Ramps are intersected - to show connections between Hirst's idea
Structural wall around gallery -represents his spot paintings

Overall view of gallery to show its position on site 3

Sectional view

Thursday, 3 June 2010

Project3 : Artist - Damien Hirst

Damien Hirst is an English artist and the most prominent member of the group known as "Young British Artists".

Central Theme of his work : Death, Spin painting, Spot painting

Spot Paintings
Tetrahydrocannabinol (2004)


For the Love of God (2007)

Sunday, 23 May 2010

Project 3 : Site Analysis

Newtown, New South WalesKing Street- main commercial area, diverse culture and cuisine

late 20th century & early 21st century_Many residentials were restored and represented an example of nineteenth century architecture in SydneyNorthern end > South for rent price

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

ARCH1201 - Project 2: Final Model and Drawings

Ground Floor Plan 1:100

Section Drawing 1:100
1st Floor Plan 1:100

Axonometric Drawing 1:100

ARCH1201 - Project 2: Model Making process

Monday, 19 April 2010

Project2: Room and Narrative

Jan Vermeer - The Geographer (c. 1668, Oil on canvas, 53 x 46,6 cm)

Phenomenal qualities:
Isolated, Analyzation, Anguish, Accurate, Observation, Determination, Discovery, Contrat
A man in anguish is observing for discovery in a brightness coming through window.

Detail 1: The opening arc of the dividers

Detail2: Nautical chart

Detail3: Existing copy of the map
(Sea chart with the coasts of Europe,published in 1600 by Willem Jansz.)
Detail4: The Globe

Monday, 12 April 2010

Project 1: POCHE, PARTI DRAWINGS and Model

1:100 3D MODEL