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Studio: 101 Phase I Prof: Kyle Steinfeld Description: The assignment was to produce three different analytical instruments leading way to the architectural project in phase II: A Generative Drawing; A Mechanical Device (able to produce inscriptions out of certain field conditions) and a Movie (analysing a spatial experience). Phase I was done in groups of three.

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BATTERY RATHBONE

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Continuity/Discontinuity: 36”x36” generative drawing based on movie clip from “Bullitt”

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Studio: 101 Phase I Description: Skalman Microclimate Inscription Device was placed on the different project sites, a series of disused battery emplacements on the Marine Headlands, just north of San Francisco. By comparing the readings of the different sites Skalman reveals microclimate conditions on site, based on sun and wind intensity.

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122 SEC: WALKING OFF PAPER

135 SEC: SIGNIFICANT CHANGE OF DIRECTION. WIND? SLOPE?

START

START

MOVEMENT OF PIVOT PEN

30 SEC

32 SEC: SLOWING DOWN 180 SEC: SPEEDS UP

DIRECTION OF SLOPE

105 SEC: SPEEDING UP

80 SEC

START

START

WIND DIRECTION

WIND DIRECTION

23 SEC: SPEEDING UP OVERALL DIRECTION OF MACHINE

DIRECTION OF MACHINE

Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

Time hh:mm 3:52p

Intensity

Conclusions

CF. WITH RATHBONE 3:40. SLIGHTLY

RATHBONE 37˚49’35.06”N/122˚31’03.57”W Slope º Wind m/s MILD SLIGHTLY Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss

SUN

LESS SLOPED BUT STILL HAVE IMPACT ON DIRECTION OF MACHINE

Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

240 Change of weather none

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Time hh:mm 2:43p

Intensity

Conclusions

CF. SPENCER 2:38

BAT. SPENCER 37˚49’40.15”N/122˚28’55.66”W Slope º Wind m/s STRONG Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss 122 Change of weather

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DIRECTION OF MACHINE

65 SEC: SOME CLOUDS, MACHINE SLOWS DOWN 165 SEC: WALKING OFF PAPER

OVERALL DIRECTION OF MACHINE

9 SEC: SPEEDING UP

240 SEC: READING STOPPED MANUALLY

START

START START

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WIND DIRECTION

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MOVEMENT OF PIVOT PEN

170S

START

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Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

Time hh:mm 3:30p

Intensity

RATHBONE 37˚49’36.76”N/122˚31’04.97”W Slope º Wind m/s STRONG Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss

SUN

Conclusions

Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

CLOUD PARTIALLY COVERING SUN

BAT. MILLER 37˚48’20.63”N/122˚28’36.67”W Slope º Wind m/s Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss

SLOWS DOWN MACHINE

240 Change of weather none

+clouds

Time hh:mm 12:54p

Intensity

Conclusions

165 Change of weather +sun

SUN

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DIRECTION OF MACHINE

30 SEC: STOPS

85 SEC: SPEEDING UP

START

START 20 SEC: SPEEDING UP

START

220 SEC: STOP

SLOW SPEED STOP

OVERALL DIRECTION OF MACHINE

WIND DIRECTION START

Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

Exploded Isometric Skalman

Drawings produced by Skalman, 18”x11x Analytical overlay, 18”x11x Printed clear film

Time hh:mm 12:45p

Intensity

BAT. MILLER 37˚48’20.63”N/122˚28’36.67”W Slope º Wind m/s Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss 220 Change of weather

Conclusions

Date ddmmyy 270211 Position Latitude/Longitude

SUN INTENSITY HAVE IMPACT ON

BAT. GUTHRIE 37˚49’37.26”N/122˚31’53.97”W Slope º Wind m/s SOME Sun Direction/North Weather conditions approx. N CLEAR SKY, SUN Length of reading ss

ROTATION CF. MILLER 12:54p

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CF. RATHBONE 3:52p

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Intensity

Conclusions SEE GUTHRIE 4:30p

Skalman Microclimate Inscription Device: 1/16” acrylic, solar panels, wires, electric engine, pens

SUN SUN

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Skalman Microclimate Inscription Device: 1/16� acrylic, solar panels, wires, electric engine, pens


BATTERY SPENCER

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BATTERY GUTHRIE

BATTERY RATHBONE BATTERY MILLER

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Generative Drawing on Continuity/Discontinuity for disused battery emplacements


Exploded Isometric/Assembly Drawing: Film Set

Perspective [PHASE 2]: Object A Revealed

Perspective [PHASE 3]: In Flux

Perspective [PHASE 4]: Object B Revealed

Short film analysing continuity/discontinuity

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Perspective [PHASE 1]: In Flux Studio: 101 Phase I Description: The recording of a 2 minute long film analysing a spatial sequence based on anamorphic projection, in three battery emplacements in the Marin Headlands. The film laid the ground for the architectural investigation in phase II.


UC Berkeley 2010-2011 First analytical sketch based on clip from “The Hulk”


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Project: 101 Phase II Description: This project investigates memories as physical objects, through the proposal of a necropolis for dead film formats. By turning the traditional film archive inside out and exposing the artifacts of films in a garden landscape setting, a new kind of archival experience is created. The new Pacific Film Archive is a series of graveyards for dead formats, spreading across the Marin Headlands.

View of entrance to screening rooms with film tombstones in foreground


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TYPOLOGIES 1. Object seen at distant over high moorland 2. View of water and archives 3. Walking path on hill past archives 4. Forest with path 5. Path thru forest with archive embedded 6. Path around archive 7. Forest with archive embedded 8. Between archives 9. Archive framed by trees 10. Hallway 11. Framed tree 12. Framed archive

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UC Berkeley 2010-2011 Program diagram for the graveyard for dead formats: 36�x20�


UC Berkeley 2010-2011

Project: 101 Phase II Description: This project investigates memories as physical objects, through the proposal of a necropolis for dead film formats. By turning the traditional film archive inside out and exposing the artifacts of films in a garden landscape setting, a new kind of archival experience is created. The new Pacific Film Archive is a series of graveyards for dead formats, spreading across the Marin Headlands. Using the spatial patterns of the picturesque English landscape garden, the film tombstones are placed in the landscape as follies, creating a continuous sequence of spaces, blurring the border between outdoor and indoor spaces.

View of the film archive in/landscape garden: Marine Headlands, CA


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Plan/Section archival gardens: Marine Headlands, CA


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Project: 101 Phase II Description: The Urban Garden. . Here the tombstones are placed more denseley, forming built clusters. This clustering is based on data from the actual donation, such as the date of donation, the quantity and possible restricitions in access to the films. The movement through this kind of garden could either be along the given walkway or a more improvised exploration.

View of the film archive/urban garden: Marine Headlands, CA


UC Berkeley 2010-2011 Plan/Section Urban archive gardens: Marine Headlands, CA


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The project proposes indoor spaces, for screening of the films and for admin functions. The principles of the english landscape garden are applied to the interior spaces as well, forming a procession of vista points throughout the building, with tombstones framed by windows and with visual connection to the outdoor.

Interior view of building for archival preparation and screening


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Plan/Section Screening Rooms: Marine Headlands, CA


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3. SORTING UP OF DONATION BASED ON FORMAT

4. CALCULATING GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION OF TOMBSTONE, USING PICTURESQUE LANDSCAPE HYPERSCRIPT (PLHS)

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5. SPINNING FILM TOMBSTONES, POWERED BY WIND

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6. CLOSING AND LOCKING THE CAPSULE

Wind powered archival machine: 36”x36” drawing on mylar

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2. ESTIMATING CONDITION OF DONATION/SCANNING FOR DISEASES

1. FILM DONATION RECIEVED

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Project: 101 Phase II Format: Vector drawing printed on mylar, original size 36”x36” Description: The graveyards expands as new donations arrive. This process is tended by mobile, wind powered machines, packing the film in 1000 year proof tombstones and placing them in the landscape according to a given system of rules for garden landscaping. As the machines are wind powered, the shape of the tombstone will vary with the wind speed at the time of production.


AV. WIND SPEED<2M/S SLOPE OF HILL: 3º FORMAT: 16 MM FILM

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1600-548-9683

AV. WIND SPEED>15M/S

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SLOPE OF HILL: 6º FORMAT: 3/4” VHS

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Technical Drawing/Perspective


UC Berkeley 2010-2011 Site model 1/32”=1’

Archival tombstone 1/8”=1’

Model: CNC, Lasercutter, 3d-print


Berkeley projects pt 2  

Studio projects from my second semester at UC Berkeley

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