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NICK

BINDER

P O RTF O L I O


MYSELF I AM AN ACTIVE AND ENERGETIC PERSON WHO PRIDES HIMSELF IN BEING ATTENTIVE. I LOVE THE OUTDOORS AND EXPERIENCING ALL THAT I CAN. MY LOVE FOR SPORTS, MUSIC, AND ART KEEPS MY VIEWS ON DESIGN OPEN AND CONSTANTLY EVOLVING. I AM FORTUNATE THAT I HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO TRY MANY THINGS AND SEE MANY PLACES AND THESE EXPERIENCES HAVE GIVEN ME A KNOWLEDGE THAT CANNOT BE REPLICATED IN A CLASSROOM. THESE LESSONS HAVE TAUGHT ME THAT IT IS NOT ALWAYS ABOUT THE END BUT HOW YOU GET THERE AND MY INTERESTS IN ARCHITECTURE FOCUS ON THE PROCESS AND WHAT THERE IS TO LEARN FROM IT. I BELIEVE THAT ARCHITECTURE SHOULD NOT LOSE ITS CONNECTION WITH FORMAL EXPERIENCE. AS EFFICIENT AS SOME BUILDINGS ARE, THEY ARE NOT SUSTAINABLE IN THE CULTURAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SENSE. TECHNOLOGY HAS PRODUCED MANY, VERY POWERFUL AND HELPFUL TOOLS FOR DESIGN BUT MY CONCERN IS THAT THEY ARE NOT ALWAYS USED IN APPROPRIATE WAYS. I DON’T BELIEVE THAT DESIGN COMES FROM A COMPUTER, IT COMES FROM THE DESIGNER AND AS A DESIGNER, MY PROCESS STILL FOCUSES ON DRAWING AND MAKING. THERE IS MORE DISCOVERY IN THE PROCESS AND DECISION MAKING THAN THERE IS IN A FINAL CONSTRUCTION AND I’M A STUDENT READY TO LEARN.


PROJECTS DRAWING

STUDIO FOUR SQUARES

MEDIA/SCAPE

DESERT CHASM

STORMKING PAVILION Detail Section 1/4”=1’-0”

COSMIC ALIGNMENT

CASE STUDIES HOUSE IN DAZAIFU

HORIZON

TRAVEL SKETCHBOOK VILLA GAMBERAIA

WOLF HOUSE PEZO VON ELLRICHHAUSEN ARCHITECTS SAN PEDRO

CHILE

2007

MATERIAL lIBRARY 02065

Cement and Concrete

02455

Driven Pile

05090

Metal Fastening

Plant - Mixed Bituminous Concrete Cast - in - Place Concrete Piles

05100

Structural Metal Framing

05120

Structural Steel

WOLF HOUSE STRUCTURE

Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns

PALAZZO REPUBLICA

Steel framing is the main material and method for framing in the Wolf House. The Wolf House is in Chile, which makes steel framing a better choice over wood framing because of the seismic activity in the area. Steel framing is made up of cast iron with a specific percentage of carbon. Cast Iron typically has about 3 to 4 percent carbon, but too much carbon makes the metal too brittle and weak 1. Structural steel usually contains less than three-tenths of 1 percent carbon along with traces of detrimental impurities such as phosphorus, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen, and beneficial elements such as manganese and silicon.2 A basic oxygen process is used to manufacture steel from iron by blowing oxygen at very high pressure from a water-cooled lance into the metal which is molten iron and recycled steel scrap.3 The pressurized air burns excess material out of the mixture which can then have other impurities added

Structural Axon 1/4”=1’

to make stronger and then be cast into desired beam shapes.4 In the Wolf House, steel frame works in the same way that wood frame would work except it is more economical to use steel in this design.5 The three main bays that the steel is easily capable of spanning would require large, thick timber members if it were to be made of wood. The frame would be much heavier and more susceptible to fail in seismic activity. 6

Exploded Axon 1 1/2”=1’

The assembly of the steel frame was managed by a small team of carpenters and welders.7 The three main bays were constructed first and then the rest of the frame was constructed off them. Construction followed the process of moving a member into place by means of a group of people lifting each member and then one person bolting or welding the member to the rest of the frame with a web. The Wolf House is made up of large steel members that have steel studs and joists set within for the

3/4”

13”

structure. The rest of the house is the skin built upon frame.

14 1/2”

Footnotes 1. Edward Allen, Joseph Iano, Fundamentals of Building Construction, Materials and Methods(Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2004), 370. 2. Ibid 370. 3. Ibid 371. 4. Ibid 374. 5. Steel Framing Alliance, A Builder’s Guide to Steel Frame Construction(Washington DC, 2007) accessed October 18, 2010. 6. Ibid 7. Ibid

1/4”

SITE PLAN

ORIENTATION

7 1/4”

N

Plan detail 1 1/2”=1’

DRAWING TITLE

DRAWN BY

NICK BINDER

DATE South Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

East Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

North Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

SCULPTURE COMPARISON

SECTION AND SECTIONAL DETAIL PROJECTIONS

1/2” 9 8 1/4” 1/4”

6” 3 1/4”

West Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

SCALE

AS NOTED

CLASS

ARC 222 NOVEMBER 2 2010 TA:NAIDA SERAK

DRAWING NUMBER

S2

PAINTING COMPARISON


DIGITAL PAINTING DIGITAL PAINTING ALLOWS NEW FLEXIBILITIES AND TECHNIQUES FOR PAINTING. WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF PHOTOSHOP AND A WACOM BAMBOO DRAWING TABLET, OLD METHODS CAN BE EXPANDED UPON TO CREATE NEW VISUALS AND FORMS

FOUR SQUARES THIS PAINTING WAS DEVELOPED IN RESPONSE TO A GEOMETRIC ITERATION FOR A HOUSE DESIGN. BY WORKING IN DIGITAL MEDIA, THE GOAL WAS TO DECONSTRUCT AND RECONSTRUCT THE REGULARIZED GEOMETRY OF FOUR SQUARES.


DESERT CHASM WATERCOLOR AND CONTE CRAYON 18X24


COSMIC ALIGNMENT WATERCOLOR AND CONTE CRAYON 18X24


CASE STUDIES


2002 Zero eight; Kanagawa, Japan (GA Houses73)

2004 Studio D; Tokyo, Japan (GA Houses73) 2003 Second Plate; Fukuoka, Japan (GA Houses73)

HOUSE IN DAZAIFU

2004 Cinema; Tokyo, Japan (GA Houses73)

2002

20 Ku

20

DA ZA I F U, JA PAN : AR I M A HI R OY U KI , 1 9 95

THIS IS A SUSTAINABILITY STUDY FOR THE HOUSE 2002 Zero1995. eight; IN DAZAIFU BY ARIMA HIROYUKI BUILT IN Kanagawa, Japan (GA Houses73)

WE WERE TO TAKE AN EXAMPLE AND EXPLORE HOW SUSTAINABLY EFFICIENT THE DESIGN IS THROUGH

THE LOCAL CLIMATE CONDITIONS AND THE HOUSE’S CONSTRUCTION. HERE ARE A FEW OF THE PAGES THAT MAKE UP THE STUDY.

2002

2004 Studio D; Tokyo, Japan (GA Houses73) 2003 Second Plate; Fukuoka, Japan (GA Houses73)

2004 Cinema; Tokyo, Japan (GA Houses73)


10S-ARC121 | CASE STUDY FOLIO: House in Dazaifu, Hiroyuki Arima/ Dazaifu, Japan, 1995

CS#2 - SITE & CLIMATE

South Section Annual Wind rose

Psychometric Chart

January-March; March-June; July-September; September-December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Direction (N,S,E,W)

W

W

W

E

E

E

E

E

N

E

E

W

Avg. Speed (m/s)

4.6

4

3.9

3.1

3.8

3.6

2.8

2.8

3.1

2.4

3.1

3.5

Gust (m/s)

13.9

13.9

15.9

12.3

11.8

9.3

10.3

10.3

13.9

9.3

9.8

8.7

Climate Design Priorities 1. Keep heat in and cold temperatures out in the winter. 2. Protect from the cold winter winds. 3. Let the winter sun in. 4. Keep hot temperatures out during the summer. 5. Protect from the summer sun. 6. Use natural ventilation for summer cooling. Comparable to climate zone #3. Less fenestration and more insulation on winter windward side and more fenestration on south side for winter sun. Use shading device that blocks high angled summer sun out and allows low angled winter sun in.


Hiroyuki Arima | House in Dazaifu, Dazaifu, Japan | 1995

CS#3 - ENVELOPE TRANSMISSION & INFILTRATION Thermal Envelope Overview The House in Dazaifu is a few compact volumes nestled into the side of a hill. The North and South North Facade West façade South Facade facades have very little glazing allowing very little direct light in. The East and West facades of the main East Facade volume of the house have a large percentage of glazing with large walls of windows. A lot of morning light is let in directly through the East façade through the large window wall. The West façade is well hidden behind the volume in the back along with being sunk down into the hill and surrounded by trees allowing day lighting in. In the design, there are several skylights placed to focus light on specific elements of the interior. These skylights allows direct light into the spaces but since the house is not at the equator, the light hits the white wall interior and reflects into other spaces as day lighting. The main material used is a S02

E01

S01

W01 East Elevation (Front Entry)

North Elevation

EAST ELEVATION

West Elevation

NORTH ELEVATION

Area

Qty

Area Ttl

Wn

Area

Qty

Area Ttl

Wn

Area

Qty

Area Ttl

E01

220 sf

X1

220 sf

0

0

0

0

S01

5 sf

X1

5 sf

220 sf

North Elev Wndw's

0 sf

S02

25 sf

X1

25 sf

North Elev Total sf (incl. entry recess)

464 sf

S03

1 sf

x1

East Elev Ttl sf

858 sf

Glazing % of East Elev

25.64%

East Elev Wall only

611sf

East Elev Doors

27 sf

Area

Qty

W01

166 sf

X1

South Elev Total sf (incl entry recess)

464 sf

North Elev Doors

0 sf

Glazing % of South Elev

6.68%

INTERIOR VOLUME

South Elev Wall only

433 sf

Ttl. Vol.

South Elev Doors

0 sf

166 sf

Roof Glazing

378 sf

166 sf

Roof Ttl sf

915 sf

West Elev Ttl sf

572 sf 29.02%

6 |Binder, CS#12A

5057 sf

464 sf

West Elev Wndw's

406 sf

Ttl. Area

North Elev Wall only

ROOF

Glazing % of West Elev

31 sf

1914 sf 27 sf 795 sf (4001 sf) 915 sf (1056 sf)

0%

Area Ttl

West Elev Wall only

1 sf

South Elev Glazing Ttl sf

Walls Doors Windows (19.87 %) Roof (2 Floors)

Glazing % of North Elev

WEST ELEVATION Wn

South Elevation

EXTERIOR AREAS

SOUTH ELEVATION

Wn

East Elev Glazing Ttl sf

S03

9714 cf

OVERALL DIMENSIONS 26’ Wd x 37’ Dp x 18’ Tall Approx: 1.4 : 2.1 : 1 SURFACE to VOL. Ratio sf / cf = .52

for EQUIVALENT VOLUMES: Sphere Circle Plan R=13’

V=4/3Πr3 =9714cf A=4Πr2 = 2203 sf Surf to Vol =.23 Floor Area =507 sf

18' Tall Square Plan S=23’

V=18'∙s2 =9714cf A=4∙18s+x2=612 sf Surf to Vol =.06 Floor Area =540sf

18' Tall 1s:4s Plan 10' x 42'

V=18'x5s2 =9714cf A=5∙18s+4s2=1300 sf Surf to Vol =.13 Floor Area =174sf


4”

WOLF HOUSE

1’2”

1. A2

1”

PEZO VON ELLRICHHAUSEN ARCHITECTS

9’8”

SAN PEDRO

CHILE

2007

MATERIAL lIBRARY 1”

05120 4”

05100 05120

11’4”

05100

2. A2 02455

2”

02065

Cement and Concrete

Plant - Mixed Bituminous Concrete

02455

Driven Pile

Cast - in - Place Concrete Piles

05090

Metal Fastening

05100

Structural Metal Framing

05120

Structural Steel

Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns

6”

2”

Steel frame members 16” on center

Steel frame members 1’ 6” on center

12’6”

3. A2

05100

MATERIALITY STUDY 05100

1. S1

BASE PLAN

2. S1

Steel framing is the main material and method for framing in the Wolf House. The Wolf House is

PLAN 1

in Chile, which makes steel framing a better choice over wood framing because of the seismic activity in

6”

3. A2

3. A2

the area. Steel framing is made up of cast iron with a specific percentage of carbon. Cast Iron typically

12’1”

has about 3 to 4 percent carbon, but too much carbon makes the metal too brittle and weak 1. Structural steel usually contains less than three-tenths of 1 percent carbon along with traces of detrimental impurities such as phosphorus, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen, and beneficial elements such as manganese and silicon.2 A basic oxygen process is used to manufacture steel from iron by blowing oxygen at very high pressure from a water-cooled lance into the metal which is molten iron and recycled steel scrap.3 The pressurized air burns excess material out of the mixture which can then have other impurities added to make stronger and then be cast into desired beam shapes.4 In the Wolf House, steel frame works in the same way that wood frame would work except it is more economical to use steel in this design.5 The three main bays that the steel is easily capable of spanning would require large, thick timber members if it were to be made of wood. The frame would be much heavier and more susceptible to fail in seismic activity.6 The assembly of the steel frame was managed by a small team of carpenters and welders.7 The three main bays were constructed first and then the rest of the frame was constructed off them. -

1. A2

Construction followed the process of moving a member into place by means of a group of people lifting each member and then one person bolting or welding the member to the rest of the frame with a web. The Wolf House is made up of large steel members that have steel studs and joists set within for the structure. The rest of the house is the skin built upon frame.

05100 05100 05100

2. A2

Footnotes 1. Edward Allen, Joseph Iano, Fundamentals of Building Construction, Materials and Methods(Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2004), 370. 2. Ibid 370. 3. Ibid 371. 4. Ibid 374. 5. Steel Framing Alliance, A Builder’s Guide to Steel Frame Construction(Washington DC, 2007) accessed October 18, 2010. 6. Ibid 7. Ibid

SITE PLAN

ORIENTATION

N

2”

3. S1

PLAN 3 3. A2

4. S1

Steel frame members 3’ on center

ROOF PLAN

DRAWING TITLE

2”

SECTIONS AND SECTIONAL DETAILS DRAWN BY

SCALE

1”

NICK BINDER

DATE

1/4”=1’-0”

CLASS

ARC 222 NOVEMBER 2 2010 TA:NAIDA SERAK

DRAWING NUMBER

S1


1

WOLF HOUSE

WOLF HOUSE

SA N PEDRO, CHI L E : PEZO VO N EL L R I CHH AU S E N A R C H I T E C TS , 2007

THIS IS A SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF THE WOLF HOUSE. IT WAS IN COLLABORATION WITH GARY

PEZO VON ELLRICHHAUSEN ARCHITECTS

DREXLER, ERIC LBLANC AND ALEX SABO. MY

SAN PEDRO

SYSTEM WAS THE STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

CHILE

2007

MATERIAL lIBRARY 02065

Cement and Concrete

Plant - Mixed Bituminous Concrete

02455

Driven Pile

Cast - in - Place Concrete Piles

05090

Metal Fastening

05100

Structural Metal Framing

05120

Structural Steel

Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns

Steel framing is the main material and method for framing in the Wolf House. The Wolf House is in Chile, which makes steel framing a better choice over wood framing because of the seismic activity in the area. Steel framing is made up of cast iron with a specific percentage of carbon. Cast Iron typically has about 3 to 4 percent carbon, but too much carbon makes the metal too brittle and weak 1. Structural steel usually contains less than three-tenths of 1 percent carbon along with traces of detrimental impurities such as phosphorus, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen, and beneficial elements such as manganese and silicon.2 A basic oxygen process is used to manufacture steel from iron by blowing oxygen at very high pressure from a water-cooled lance into the metal which is molten iron and recycled steel scrap.3 The pressurized air burns excess material out of the mixture which can then have other impurities added

Structural Axon 1/4”=1’

to make stronger and then be cast into desired beam shapes.4 In the Wolf House, steel frame works in the same way that wood frame would work except it is more economical to use steel in this design.5 The three main bays that the steel is easily capable of spanning would require large, thick timber members if it were to be made of wood. The frame would be much heavier and more susceptible to fail in seismic activity.6

Exploded Axon 1 1/2”=1’

The assembly of the steel frame was managed by a small team of carpenters and welders.7 The three main bays were constructed first and then the rest of the frame was constructed off them. Construction followed the process of moving a member into place by means of a group of people lifting each member and then one person bolting or welding the member to the rest of the frame with a web. The Wolf House is made up of large steel members that have steel studs and joists set within for the

3/4”

13”

structure. The rest of the house is the skin built upon frame.

14 1/2”

Footnotes 1. Edward Allen, Joseph Iano, Fundamentals of Building Construction, Materials and Methods(Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2004), 370. 2. Ibid 370. 3. Ibid 371. 4. Ibid 374. 5. Steel Framing Alliance, A Builder’s Guide to Steel Frame Construction(Washington DC, 2007) accessed October 18, 2010. 6. Ibid 7. Ibid

1/4”

SITE PLAN

ORIENTATION

7 1/4”

N

Plan detail 1 1/2”=1’

DRAWING TITLE

SECTION AND SECTIONAL DETAIL PROJECTIONS

1/2” 9 8 1/4” 1/4”

6” 3 1/4”

DRAWN BY

NICK BINDER

DATE South Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

East Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

North Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

West Elevation 1 1/2”=1’

SCALE

AS NOTED

CLASS

ARC 222 NOVEMBER 2 2010 TA:NAIDA SERAK

DRAWING NUMBER

S2


Mediaescape IN THE DIGITAL AGE, BOOKS ARE BECOMING OBSOLETE AND ALONG WITH IT THE LIBRARY. THE LIBRARY TYPOLOGY IS EVOLVING FROM A PLACE OF INTIMATE STUDY TO A HUB FOR CONGREGATION. THIS PROPOSAL FOR A DIGITAL LIBRARY IN DETROIT ACTS AS A HUB FOR TRANSPORTATION THROUGH THE DOWNTOWN AREA TO THE WATER FRONT AND OFFERS SHELTERED PARK SPACE WITHIN. THROUGH ANALYZING ITUNES AS A DIGITAL STORAGE DEVICE, MEDIA ESCAPE UTILIZES DIGITAL TOUCH SURFACES FOR COMMUNAL BROWSING AND DISPLAY. THIS BROWSING SYSTEM ALLOWS FLEXIBILITY IN ORGANIZING AND REORGANIZING THE LIBRARY’S COLLECTION.


Personal Organization # 1 Lump 2 Possum Kingdom 3 Where it's at 4 Shine 5 Hash Pipe 6 Walkin on the Sun 7 Monkey Wrench 8 Cochise 9 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm 10 It's All Been Done 11 Orange Crush 12 Every Morning 13 E Pro 14 Higher Ground 15 Stop 16 Doesn't Remind Me 17 The Divinyls-I Toch Myself 18 This Is A Call 19 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 20 The New Pollution 21 Photograph 22 Pinch Me 23 Suck My Kiss 24 Show Me How to Live 25 Pump It Up

Name

# Name 1 Lump 2 Possum Kingdom 3 Where it's at 4 Shine 5 Hash Pipe 6 Walkin on the Sun 7 Monkey Wrench 8 Cochise 9 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm 10 It's All Been Done 11 Orange Crush 12 Every Morning 13 E Pro 14 Higher Ground Genre 15 Stop 16 Doesn't Remind Me 17 The Divinyls-I Toch Myself 18 This Is A Call 19 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 20 The New Pollution 21 Photograph 22 Pinch Me 23 Suck My Kiss 24 Show Me How to Live 25 Pump It Up

Name 9 16 25 18 6 23 11 1 10 8 13 5 4 7 20 3 2 22 24 12 14 15 21 19 17

Time

Artist

Album

Genre

14 Higher Ground 15 Stop 16 Doesn't Remind Me 17 The Divinyls-I Toch Myself # Name 18 This Is A Call 19 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 1 Lump 20 The New Pollution 2 Possum Kingdom 21 Photograph 22 Pinch 3 Me Where it's at 23 Suck My Kiss 4 Shine 24 Show Me How to Live 25 Pump It Up Pipe 5 Hash

6 Walkin on the Sun 7 Monkey Wrench 8 Cochise 9 Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm 10 It's All Been Done 11 Orange Crush 12 Every Morning 13 E Pro 14 Higher Ground 15 Stop 16Genre Doesn't Remind Me 17 The Divinyls-I Toch Myself 18 This Is A Call 19 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 20 The New Pollution 21 Photograph 22 Pinch Me 23 Suck My Kiss 24 Show Me How to Live 25 Pump It Up

Name 9 16 25 18 6 23 11 1 10 8 13 5 4 7 20 3 2 22 24 12 14 15 21 19 17

To Anywhere From Anywhere

Time 1 23 25 22 3 7 14 13 16 6 15 11 5 24 8 19 12 17 18 10 2 20 9 21 4

Artist 16 23 9 10 25 21 13 2 11 5 17 22 7 20 15 3 4 14 18 8 24 6 19 1 12

To Anywhere From Anywhere

Album

Number 20 21 18 14 25 1 9 10 12 2 15 6 13 23 22 19 5 11 16 17 24 3 8 4 7

Genre 6 24 14 9 25 17 20 11 2 4 22 18 12 23 21 1 19 15 16 13 3 5 7 8 10

Number

Time 1 23 25 22 3 7 14 13 16 6 15 11 5 24 8 19 12 17 18 10 2 20 9 21 4

14 Higher Ground 15 Stop 16 Doesn't Remind Me 17 The Divinyls-I Toch Myself Artist Album 18 This Is A Call 19 16What's The Frequency, 20 Kenneth? 20 The New Pollution 23 21 21 Photograph 229Pinch Me 18 23 Suck My Kiss 10 14 24 Show Me How to Live 25 25Pump It Up 25

21 13 2 11 5 17 22 7 20 15 3 4 14 18 8 24 6 19 1 12

1 9 10 12 2 15 6 13 23 22 19 5 11 16 17 24 3 8 4 7

7 20 3 2 Genre 22 6 24 2412 14 1415 21 9 19 2517

17 20 11 2 4 22 18 12 23 21 1 19 15 16 13 3 5 7 8 10

24 8 19 12 17 18 10 2 20 9 21 4

20 15 3 4 14 18 8 24 6 19 1 12

23 22 19 5 11 16 17 24 3 8 4 7

23 21 1 19 15 16 13 3 5 7 8 10

Name

Time

Album

Name

Artist


J e ff e r s o n S t . S e c t i o n


Detail Section 1/4”=1’-0”


1 Transport

2 Browse

3 Retreive

4 Enjoy

Detail Section 1/4”=1’-0”


STORMKING PAVILIONS IN COLLABORATION WITH MY PARTNER, ELIZABETH ARENS, WE DESIGNED A PAIR OF PAVILIONS WHICH REFLECTED EACH OTHER THROUGH SITE LINES AND OPPOSITE EXPERIENCES. THE PAVILIONS HAVE AN INVERTED RELATIONSHIP TO EACH OTHER CREATING CURIOUSITY FOR VIEWERS.


View From Vestibule


HORIZON DINER THE HORIZON DINER IS AN EXAMPLE OF THE GOOGIE TYPOLOGY OF ROADSIDE RESTERAUNTS FROM THE LOS ANGELES AREA APPLIED TO DOWNTOWN SYRACUSE, NY. COSTUMERS EXPERIENCE ROADSIDE VIEWS AT THE TABLE LEVEL IMERSING THEM IN A CINEMATIC WORLD FRAMING TRAFFIC BY EACH BOOTH.


Site Section West Scale: 1”= 40’-0”

Site Section West Scale: 1”= 40’-0”

Site Section North Scale: 1”= 40’-0”

Site Section North Scale: 1”= 40’-0”


VILLA GAMBERAIA FLO RE NCE, I TA LY

LAYERS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIPS ARE UNDERSTOOD THROUGH EXTRUDING DIFFERENT SPACES AND AXES.


PALAZZO REPUBLICA

S I E N A , ITALY

THE SEQUENCE OF SPACES FROM THE PIAZZA DEL CAMPO, THROUGH THE MEDIATION OF THE PALAZZO REBULICA AND DOWN TO THE OPEN COUNTRYSIDE EXPLAINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE REALMS FOR THE PALAZZO TYPOLOGY.


SCULPTURE STUDY ROME, I TA LY

ON DISPLAY AT THE VILLA BORGHESE, GIAN LORENZO BERNINI’S WORK IS COMPARED BETWEEN RATTO DI DROSERDINA (1621/1622) AND DAVID (1623/1624).


PAINTING COMPARISON PAINTING ANALYSIS BETWEEN CLARINET AND VIOLING BY PICASSO AND VIOLIN BY BRAQUE OFFERS FORMAL UNDERSTANDINGS.


EMAIL: N.BINDER14@GMAIL.COM

CONNECT: LINKEDIN.COM

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