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PORTFOLIO SUBMISSION LSU ARCH

CAMILLE KINGSTON 5/10/13


TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCH: DESIGN STUDIO 1100--SHEENA GARCIA

WRITER’S HOUSE: 16TH SCALE SITE PLAN AND SECTIONS


WRITER’S HOUSE: 8TH SCALE SECTIONS


WRITER’S HOUSE: 8TH SCALE PLANS AND DIAGRAMS


WRITER’S HOUSE: 16TH AND 8TH SCALE MODELS


TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCH: VISUAL MEDIA 1100--NATHAN PETTY

VARIOUS PENCIL DRAWINGS AND COLLAGE WORK


TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCH: DESIGN STUDIO 1200--TIFFANY LIN

A CASE BUILT FOR A MOVEABLE OBJECT THAT TRANSLATED THE OBJECTS USE


THE CASE WAS CUT INTO SECTIONS AND “INHABITTED,” GIVING THE INSPIRATION FOR THE FINAL GALLERY


THE FRERET STREET ART GALLERY: PLANS AND RENDERINGS


THE FRERET STREET ART GALLERY: 8TH SCALE SECTIONS


THE FRERET STREET ART GALLERY: DIAGRAMS AND ELEVATION


THE FRERET STREET ART GALLERY: 8TH SCALE AND MASSING MODELS


LSU SCHOOL OF ARCH: DESIGN STUDIO 2001--KRISTEN KELSCH

FICTIONAL MAP CREATED FROM PIECES OF OTHER MAPS


SCANS OF MODELS COMPOSED TO FORM A CLUSTERED IMAGE


A MODELED ITERATION OF THE CLUSTERED IMAGE INHABITTING A CREATED SITE


RENDERED SECTIONS OF THE SITE AND MODEL


LSU SCHOOL OF ARCH: TECHNIQUES 2003--FRANK MELENDEZ

MAGNEY HOUSE CASE STUDY: PLANS, ELEVATION, AND RHINO MODEL


MAGNEY HOUSE CASE STUDY: RENDERING


LSU SCHOOL OF ARCH: DESIGN STUDIO 2002--ALICE GUESS

VESSEL: A STAGNANT OBJECT THAT HOLDS IMPORTANT OBJECTS OR BEINGS. THE THINGS THAT INHABIT THE VESSEL DEFINTE WHAT IT IS. THE VESSEL IS ABLE TO TRANSFORM AND IMPACT ITS CONTENTS.

THE VESSLE: MODEL, SECTIONS, DEFINITION


How can I successfully negotiate the border between land and water? What kind of forms are programatically functional or utilize interesting materials?

HOW CAN I MANIPULATE LIGHT?

FORM AND COMMUNITY SPACE

SHADOW AND LIGHT

LAND, WATER, AND FORM

HOW CAN I MANIPULATE SHADOWS TO SHADE OUTDOOR SPACES AND THE BOATS INDOORS? HOW CAN I DESIGN A POPULAR COMMUNITY SPACE? HOW CAN I SUCCESSFULLY NEGOTIATE THE BORDER BETWEEN LAND AND WATER? WHAT KIND OF FORMS IS PROGRAMATICALLY FUNCTIONAL OR UTILIZES INTERESTING MATERIALS?

QUESTIONS ASKED TO GUIDE THE CREATION OF SPACES


THE BOATHOUSE: 8TH SCALE PLAN, ELEVATIONS, AND SECTIONS


WIN D

SUMMER 8:00 AM SUMMER 5:00 PM SCALE:

0’

1/10” = 1’-0”

5’

10’

20’

THE BOATHOUSE: 50TH SCALE SITE PLAN AND ANALYSIS


PRIVATE

SCALE:

1/8” = 1’-0”

0’

8’

4’

16’

PUBLIC

BOAT MOVEMENT CIRCULATION THE BOATHOUSE: RENDERED SECTION, DIAGRAMS,


THE BOATHOUSE: 4TH SCALE AND MASS MODEL


Architecture Portfolio (2013)