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Erica Del hagen University of Florida


The Shop-House|

Intro to Architectural Interiors 2019 Erin Cunningham and Shabboo Valipoor


The Shop-House|Interior

The design of the Shop-House, located in Eugen, Oregon, was created to serve the young demographics near a college town. The historic building was redesigned to be multi-functional with the first-floor housing three main uses; a coffee shop, a laundry space for the public, and a pop-up retail space. The second floor was repurposed to be used as six micro apartments, all being ADA accessible for one to two residences at a time. Leaving the first-floor almost entirely an open space allowing for occupants to move freely through the floor.

First Floor Bubble Diagram

Second Floor Bubble Diagram


The Shop-House|Interior

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan


The Shop-House|Interior


The Shop-House|Interior

Material and finishes for the building were chosen to encourage a relaxing environment that experienced high levels of walking traffic and socialization. As most of the finishes on the first level were dark, choosing vibrant yellows and textures emphasized movement and lived up the seating spaces.


The Shop-House|Interior


The Shop-House|Interior

Materials


Analysis of the Familiar|

Design Two 2018 Lee Su Huang


Hair Dryer| Architecture

The process of analyzing a building can be broken down to the simplest of terms. Architectural Analysis is formed from everyday objects, to further explain the inner workings of a system. Before one can even begin the process of analyzing a building, they should take a simple everyday object, dissect it and analyze the inside. This is the beginning of the analytical process.

Horizontal Cut Peppers


Hair Dryer| Architecture

Slicing and stamping peppers, both vertically and horizontally, are the first and most basic beginnings. This simple act was then assembled into a more complex axonometric diagram, to digitally reassemble the pepper. These diagrams were the beginning of understanding how to then comparand an analysis of a building where the insides cannot be seen so vividly. Moving to a complex mechanism with many moving parts and parts that can’t be seen by the eye, the hair dryer posed many challenges. The sections bisected through the motor, switches and fan, some of which were impossible to see the inside of. Using background information and research, the hair dryer slowly came to life in a detailed analysis. Not only was the overall machine formed, but select complex mechanisms within.


Hair Dryer| Architecture Exploded Heating Coils of the Hair Dryer

Exploded Button Componets

Horizontal and Vertical Cuts


Hair Dryer| Architecture

Final Diagram


Oakley Offices|

Digital 2019 Genisis Okken


Oakely| Interior

The primary goal of designing for the brand Oakley, was to be able to design an executive office and conference room that embodied the essence of the brand. Oakley’s dark theme with a punch of color was paired with high gloss finishes to ensure a high end feel to the office.


Oakely| Interior


Oakely| Interior


Oakely| Interior


Project Two| Villa Shodhan

Villa Shodhan|

Design Two 2018 Lee Su Haung


Villa Shodhan| Architecture

CIRCULATION PLAN

SHADOW AND FORM PLAN


Villa Shodhan| Architecture

The construction of Villa Shodhan by Le Corbusier, located in India, is seen significantly through the floor plans of the building. The most significant diagram to the understanding of how people interact with the space and move within the public and private spaces is the circulation diagram, located to the left. The public circulation paths are highlighted in blue, whereas the private walkways are highlighted in red. The further one travels up the floor plans, the less public space there is until there is none at all. This is largely due to the upper floors being used primarily for heating and air circulation.

The diagram on the right, represents form and shadow. This diagram highlights the overall square structure as well as the cut outs, to allow for the different circulation needs on each floor.


Villa Shodhan| Architecture

Having analyzed one building, the analysis shifted to another, the Peter Eisenman’s House VI. This time, the analysis was already made and drawn, the purpose now was to be able to read and decipher different perspectives of a building analysis.


Villa Shodhan| Architecture

Understanding the way someone interprets a building is helpful in understanding Eisenman’s intentions of House VI. Once an understanding was reached, the model focused on an abstract representation of the shape between the two-floor building and the overhang of the second floor. Beyond that, the model also shows the defined spaces within that are divided into private, more blocked off, and the public, which are open, allowing flow between spaces.


Room and Garden| Design One 2018 Alfonso Perez Mendez


Room and Garden| Architecture

Room and Garden was the first architectural project used to explore how a person travels through and occupies that space. The space was to be used by an artist, therefore there was a demand for public versus private space, and how they would travel across the garden beneath.


Room and Garden| Architecture

Transitional Spaces

Movement Elements


Spacial Construction| Design Two 2018

Lee Su Haung


Spacial Construction| Architecture

When creating analytical diagrams for the Zollverein School of Management and Design, the diagrams looked at not only the free formed windows, but the faรงade that looked into the design of the building. These designs in question were the spacings between the windows and the pattern size of the windows that are created.


Spacial Construction| Architecture

The second building, the Palazzo Farnese, built five hundred years before the Zollverein School, served as a good source for analytical drawings with the intricate windows and columns.


Spacial Construction| Architecture

The initial diagrams that attempted to find relations between the two buildings, struggled in creating one coherent image.


Spacial Construction| Architecture

The final attempt at diagrams, focused on combining the two drastically different buildings in a way that prevents differentiating the two buildings.


Spacial Construction| Architecture

Plan Drawings


Spacial Construction| Architecture

Section Drawings


Spacial Construction| Architecture In the building process, this model was used to focus on the hidden ‘L’ shapes created in the final diagrams. The ‘L’ was such a significant feature due to the multidimensional movement which was created. The most predominate structure, signified by chipboard, serves not only as the focal point, but as the primary support. Linears are used to define the shapes and to lead a person through the building and spaces that are created with Bristol paper.


Spacial Construction| Architecture


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