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Jordan Lardy Third Year South Dakota State University


Designing in a Sand Box ARCH 151: Design I Consisted of creating a 2’ x 2’ wood box with sand inside the box to sustain the shape it was formed to be. A grid system was created by a continious string intersecting at a total of 441 points. The irst drawing has the 441 point grid system. (FIgure 1-1) Figure 1-2 is a top view of a simple design with a 100 point grid system. Figure 1-3 is a draft of the model of sand with the 100 point grid.

Figure 1-3

Figure 1-4 is a complex design involving sand and nylon with string supporting raised sand. Figure 1-5 consists of the 441 point grid system.

Figure 1-2

Figure 1-1

Figure 1-4

Figure 1-5


Precedent Study ARCH 151: Design I A research project of the Kagawa Prefecture. A Japenese government building designed by Kenzo Tange located in Takamatsu, Japan. Consisted of drawings and models relating to structure, form, mass, movement space, and detailed replication.


Bounding Space ARCH 152: Design II Space throughout a living area that is static or dynamic. The two different movements are cataloged within a set of speci ic drawings. Figure 1-1 are four areas where movement occurs. From left to right; watching TV, brushing teeth, homework, and sleeping. Figure 1-2 consist of my dorm room. Figure 1-3 consist of transverse sections with the different the movements and stationary objects.

Floor Plan

Isometric

Figure 1-3

Longitudinal Section Figure 1-2

Figure 1-1

Latitudinal Section


ARCH 251: Design III

DM MI

Motion-Picture Diagram

DM=Door Man DM MI=Door Man Minor CM=Carpenter Man CM MI= Carpenter Man Minor

DM

A motion study of a 14 second movie clip and using four speci ic shapes (Figure 1-1) to resemble of what happened based on certian variables. (Figure 1-2)

Consists of section diagrams of models. Each one is a section of a different model. (Figure 1-3)

CM MI

CM

Digital 3D models created in Rhino 3D. This model was the inal model for the project with place, path, transition, and servant spaces. (Figure 1-4)

Figure 1-1

Figure 1-2

Figure 1-3


Figure 1-4


Wrigley Square Horizontal Site LOC: Mobridge, SD

Arch 252: Design IV Exploration of design through outdoor/ indoor, expansive/compressive, light/dark, static/dynamic, and public/private space in a formal programmatic way. A use of grids to create different spatial situations.


Telfair Academy Workshop & Gallery Vertical Site

LOC: Savannah, GA

ARCH 252: Design IV “Vertical” project refers to architecture on the use of stacked programs through a given structure with variable heights. The stacked programs consist of a arcade, reading room, gallery & bookshop, restoration workshop, ofices, photography shop, public stair, and along with a building core. The perimeter of the site is 30’ x 90’.


ARCH 351: Design V

” 0 1’ 0”

LOC: Mobridge, SD

0’-6”

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End of the Line

Notes

5’-2”

Wall Panel A: 6’-0” wide, 10’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick. Wall Panel B: 6’-0” wide, 10’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick with a 2’-0” wide by 3’-0” tall slot cut out. The slot is centered and 6’-0” up and 2’-0” in on center. Wall Panel C: 6’-0” wide, 6’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick. 3’-0” opening with a 6’-0” by 1’-0” tall by 0-6” thick panel to create an opening of 6’-0” wide by 3’-0” tall. Wall Panel D: 6’-0” wide, 6’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick. Wall Panel E: 6’-0” wide, 10’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick. Wall Panel X: 6’-0” wide, 10’-0” tall, 0’-6” thick.

5’-0”

A site located in Wrigley Square. The site will have a project built by the summer of 2014. The programs and elements proposed will be similar to the actual built project.

2’-0”

0’-2”

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A

1-3 A1

1-4 A1

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C

B

1-2

A1 D

A1

5’-2” 5’-0” 0’-2”

E

Top Of Form

10’-0”

Top Of Soil

Top Of Opening Top of Wall

14’-6”

0’-6”

Bottom Of Opening

0’-4”

South Elevation 3’-0”

A

B

X

X

C

X

X

X

D

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E

4’-6” 1’-0”

14’-6”

0’-4”

0’-6”

Walking platform: 5’-0” wide, 64’-6” long, 0’-6” thick but 1’-0“ from outside edge it tapers off to 0’-4”. P1: 24’-6” long P2: 18’-4” long P3: 21’-4” long

1-2

A1

2’-6”

10’-0”

A: Footing 4’-6” in Height, 2’-0” in diameter, with 3’-4” diameter base. B: Footing 4’-6” in Height, 2’-0” in diameter, with 3’-4” diameter base. C: Footing 4’-6” in Height, 2’-0” in diameter, with 3’-4” diameter base. D: Footing 4’-6” in Height, 2’-0” in diameter, with 3’-4” diameter base. E: Footing 4’-6” in Height, 2’-0” in diameter, with 3’-4” diameter base.

Top Of Base

1-1

0’-4”

Proposed Project-Consisted of the practice of con iguring architectural and construction drawings for the client, engineering irm, and construction irm.

0’-6”

64’-6”

Brackets: 2’-6” tall. Base is 1’-8”. The arm of the bracket is 2’-6” long. Thickness 0’-6”.

21’-4”

24’-6”

18’-4”

2’-0”

Wrigley Square Wall

P3

P2

P1

3’-4”

Top

1-3 A1

1-4 A1

Project Layout A

B

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C

X

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X

D

X

X

E 6’-0”

2’-0” 6’-0”

1’-0”

3’-0”

Jordan Lardy

3’-0”

Arch 351

1’-0”

LOC: Mobridge, SD

Scale: Mixed

Assembly

6’-0”

10’-0” 6’-0”

4’-6”

10/25/2013

A

2’-0”

C

B

D

E

North Elevation

3’-4”

A1

N 73’-10”

Scale: 1/8”=1’-0”

Scale: 1/4”=1’-0”


Massing Urban Programs LOC: Aberdeen, SD A

ARCH 352: Design VI A site that has the South Dakota Prairie Museum as an existing structure. The project consists of an addition to the current museum along with a performance stage, seating & gathering area, ice rink, and a farmers market.

B

Figure 1-1 consists of dierent generations starting from top left. Figure 1-2 consists of a top view and sections of a proposed site.

C

C

B

A

Figure 1-1

Figure 1-2

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