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Studio 3.2 Landmark


Outcome: We were almost able to erect the two top units. We reached the tipping point and felt that we should back off and wait until we have the car park on the weekend.

Positives: 2 units felt extremely solid and we felt they could be lifted together with a crane or pulley without breaking The two units can definitely be erected by hand.

Negatives: There were concerns about taking it down the same method as going up given the weight of the units. The spire started to slip on the ground once we reached a certain height.

Ratchet straps x 4 extremely effective

Connection felt fine once strapped together

Max. Height reached

We were unable to judge if the spire would fall forward as soon as it hit the ground in the upright position.

Stabilizer rope

Began slipping at heights point reached

Scale 1:20


2m

G30N - Electric Boom Lift Working Height: 11 m Horizontal Outreach: 6.4m Closed Length: 5.2m Closed Height: 2m Closed Width: 1.2m Standard Platform Size: 1.17m x 0.76m Max Weight:227kg Weight: 6577kg I have previously hired a similar lift and it was about ÂŁ400 for a week. Including ÂŁ60 each way for delivery and collection.

Scale 1:50 Unit 1 Attachment Research


Original spire structure

Adapted spire structure

Adaption of spire. Transforming the spire to inhabit a spiral staircase 1:50


SECTION 1:25


1. Removing the Belly wool, the sheep is sat up facing away from the shearer.

5. Removing the wool of the neck.

2. Removing the wool from the front of the hind legs.

6. Removing the wool from the shoulder.

3. Removing the wool from the side of the of the back leg.

7. The Long blow, this is the long strokes which remove the wool from the back of the sheep.

4. Removing the wool from the undermine, around the rail and along the back.

8. Removing the wool from the face and the other shoulder.

The stages of shearing a sheep.

The purpose is for the shearer to remove the fleece in one piece and to ensure that the fleece is even and the sheep isn’t harmed by the clippers.


Winter shadow reaches third tier. Winter season meat = pheasant

Mid-summer/winter shadow reaches second tier. Local farmed meat = Ham

Summer shadow reaches first tier. Summer Seasonal meat = Salmon

800

2210

1960

Air flow control gate.

Smoke is drawn up through flue.

3239

Heat resistant flue pipe 300mm x 15mm

1434

Smoke House Furnace Section Scale

Heat dipped Galvanised grate for air flow. 500mm x 500mm x 20mm

Black Iron furnace gate 750mm x 750mm x 100mm

1317

Smoke House Spire Horizontal Section Perspective Scale 1:20 Mark McGlynn K0957660


Wind Direction

475

90

420

565

Flow of River

The wind blowing upriver moves the hanging branch upwards (the dashed branch), brushing it against the bank, when the wind dies down the branch falls back to its previous position (solid branch). The arc movement of the branch leaves a mark on the concrete of the bank.

Plan of the movement of a Branch Scale 1:10

1534

1223

A Phenomenon on the Hogsmill River Location: Section of River opposite the workshop to the left of the bridge.

Wind Direction

133

178

Movement of Branch

Flow of River

441

235

1070

394



3.2 Presentation