Byron Lee Hendrix Architectural Design Studio I Fall 2013 Learning Portfolio

1. Cover page 2. Table of Contents 3. 1st : Iteration Ice Breaker (wire-frame figures) models. 4. 2nd : Iteration (wire-frame structure). 5. 3rd : Interation (wire-frame0 6. 4th : Interation. 1st Scaled Up Study/2nd Kit of Parts, of twisting wire-frame structural model. 7. 5th : Interation 2nd Scaled Up Study of left-side listing wire-frame structural model. 8. 6th : Interation 9. 7th : Interation 10. 8th : Interation 11. 9th : Interation 12. 10th : Interation 13. 11th : Interation 14. 12th : Interation 15. 13th : Interation 16. 14th: Interation 17. 15th : Interation

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1ST : ITERATION: WEEK 1, ICE BREAKER (WIRE-FRAME FIGURES) MODELS. Narrative: My initial design intentions were to develop something of and/or related to the homosapien. And my very first impression of an idea for this human symbolism were actually that of early human (Hominids), but next out of 14 gauge metal wire, that I simple preceded to twist into shapes of actions. I believe the actions could possibly represent a simple and short-story through a simple motion of movements. Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s could probably representative speed such as the kick within figure # (3) kicking move, drama expended in the thrown high raised arms and hands in exuberance and exhilaration in figure # (8). Also will as the drama in the dance move in figure # (5), that explodes on the floor as modern dance focuses on the dancer own movements and not on traditional moves. I created a figure to be descriptive in the mechanics of jumping, starting with the ability of the step and jab movement of professional basketball converging into the running energy into the final steps to leap for distance in the gravity equation Michael Jordan's spectacular 43-48 inch vertical and anything above 40 is considered outstanding. The gravity equation says the in the world can only fly for about 64 hundredths of a second to a full second, period.

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2 ITERATION: WEEK 2, 1ST KIT OF PARTS, NARRATIVE

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3ND ITERATIONS: WEEK 2, SCALED UP STUDY OF ENERGY IN THIS WIREFRAME STRUCTRAL MODELS

Narrative: This narrative design focuses and directions in my model.

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My most significant aspect and qualities of wire-frame figures similar to Skidmore Owings & Merril’s Dubai Infinity Tower inspired my twisting metal wire-frame structure. And is the material 14 gauge galvanized finish seems mechanical in nature such as (wiry), the material comes in appealingly regardless of what you do to it and requiring no additional finishing. It’s durable for class projects and can take any shape are forms. My design intentions with use of wire figures, are that my classroom audience discovers the action dynamics in the wire figures as movement in motions with simple short-story such as dramatic acting/dance. The wire-frame figures design concept is simple basis on the actions typically found the in every-day lives of people dancing, running, jumping, drama etc. I believe the figure are recognizable to a classroom viewing audience as the figures are literal and not abstract, but whether my concept in action is resonating into making sense to views, I would and with little are no design interpretation from the designer. I intended to evoke cliques “What is it” and/or “What is it saying” thinking in my classroom and instructor and class. Kit of Parts: The Kit of Parts in elemental forms and attributes. Shape: Rectangular-linear Line: Straight line in idea and assembly Texture: Galvanized metal Size: Proportional scale Color: Galvanized gray finish Space: Abstract usage for metal material.

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4TH ITERATION: WEEK 3, 2ND KIT OF PARTS (SCALED-UP STUDY OF ENERGY IN THIS WIRE-FRAME STRUCTURAL MODEL. NARRATIVE:

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5TH ITERATION: WEEK 3 SCALED UP STUDY OF ENERGY IN THESE WIRE-FRAME STRUCTRAL MODELS

Listing, leaning or careening as a ship does on rocking seas, just may be the origin. Where such structure as the Eiffel Tower to more modern building design concepts have followed. Nevertheless I’ve found this concept impressive in its current design usage. As leaning defies gravity as in the images on the right. And motion in movements that generate energy is the scope of what I’m attempting to depict in my previous listing 2nd “Scale Up Study” wire-frame model. This narrative design focuses and directions in Kit of Parts. Shape: Rectangular-linear Line: Straight line in idea and assembly

Texture: Galvanized metal Size: Proportional scale Color: Galvanized gray finish Space: Abstract usage for metal material Point: A few The most significant aspects and qualities of my design are material usage, color, size and designs conceptual use of action to create energy. The instructor and classroom critiquing audience will probably discover the bending, turning/twisting object and say in clique “What’s it try to represent, are try to say”. And that question is actions, followed by unity in color value which is galvanized metal, the size and scale seems proportiona, and use of material that is difficult manipulate.

6TH ITERATION: WEEK 4, SCALED UP STUDY OF ENERGY IN THESE WIRE-FRAME STRUCTRAL MODELS N A R R ATIV E :

Dubai UAE Cavan Tower aka Infinity Tower Twisting tower. This SOM structure is the inspiration in which I accredit my twisting wire-frame model.

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7TH INTERATION: WEEK 4, SCALED UP STUDY IN ENERGY OF A WIRE-FRAME LEFT-SIDE LISTING STRUCTRAL SAIL MODEL.

Narrative: Boston’s Leaning Tower (below) is the original inspiration I’ve had for this model that I’d intended to simply lean into an unassuming design concept of delivering movement of motion into my wire-frame model. My most significant aspect and qualities of wire-frame figures is the material 14 gauge galvanized finish seems mechanical in nature such as (wiry), the material comes in appealingly regardless of what you do to it and requiring no additional finishing. It’s durable for class projects and can take any shape are forms. My design intentions hope to evoke my classmates to discover the dynamics in energy found in objects that have motin of movement within its design critiera scope. That I actually depicted in my Ice Breaker wire figures, with thier simple short-story such as dramatic dance moves, kicking, running to jumping. I believe the figure are recognizable to a classroom viewing audience as the figures are literal and not abstract, but whether my concept in action is resonating into making sense to views, I would and with little are no design interpretation from the designer. I intended to evoke the cliques “What is it” or “What is it mean in the thinking in my class-rmates and instructor. With my design intention of the physical realties of the 14 gauge wire with its simple rectilinear assembled listing organization. Kit of Parts.

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