JANEILLE CALNICK ARCH 202-DESIGN 2 SPRING 2011
PROJECT 1 Palazzi, Facades & The Brothers Massimo
Part A: Facade Analysis Apartment Buildings, Rue des Suisses, Paris, France, Herzog de Meuron, 1998 We were asked to analyze the facade of a building and Herzog De Mueronâ€™s Apartment Buildings was given to me.
semi- transparent axonometric
model of sliding facade
Part B: Study of the Palazzo Massimo Alle Colonne An analysis of the Palaxxo Alle Colonne was done in order to understand the context for the next project which was to redesign the the Palazo Angelo Massimo right beside it.
Part C: Redesign of Facade for Palazzo Angelo Massimo An analysis of the Palazzo Alle Colonne was done in order to understand the context for the next project which was to redesign the facade for the Palazzo Angelo Massimo in order to bring new life to this forgotten roman palazzo.
axonometric of facade
exploded axonometric of facade
PROJECT 2 Highline Fashion In Highline fashion we were asked to design the headquarters for a cutting edge clothing designer .It was to embrace the designers “vision” or design philopshy through the functional and programmatic components of design. It is intended to function within the constellation of commercial and cultural projects that now deI chose the designer Issey Miyake. He dislikes the title “fashion designer” and prefers to be considered an artist whose medium is fabric. An innovator in textile science, he developed new techniques for making clothes and experimented with different blends of fabric and textiles based on traditional Japanese designs.
collage of designerâ€™s vision
Object made that reflects the designer
SITE PLAN SCALE 1/8”-1’
program integrated concept model
SECTION A-A SCALE 1/8”-1’
SECTION B-B SCALE 1/8”-1’
exploded axonometric EXPLODED AXONOMETRIC SCALE 1/8”-1’