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Kevin Reber Arch102 Fall2013


Casestudy During a recent visit to Lake Tahoe, I stumbled upon a system of kinetic structures reacting to the wind. Each system composed of different elements and components, i quickly became fascinated and inspired by the complicity of the system. The structues elegance gave a sense of tranquility where I could sit down and reflect in amazement. I wanted to replicate the same feeling into my model.

Gesturemodels

Trails Arch 102

Prof Amily Huang

Mind

Endless

Space

Time

Diamond Kevin Reber


Site Analysis Overlooking North of Park

Location: 37°46’09.88” N 122°27’13.83” W Cross streets: Haight St & Stanyan St, San Francisco, CA, 94117

Facing towards Downtown Lake Alvord

Sun Pattern

N Arch 102

Prof Amily Huang

Kevin Reber


WreckSite Design Proposal An effort towards future space colonization, scientists and engineers created a space vessel for the future of humanity. the vessel has and crash landed into the outter haight neighborhood of San Francisco, CA. An attempt to salvage the structure the wreckage site has been turned into an outdoor intallation accessible to the public as well as a conductor of energy.

Arch 102

Prof Amily Huang

Kevin Reber


Sustainability Northern White and Western Red Cedars are traditionally used to build boats. With the constant weather changes in San Francisco, Northern White and Western Red Cedars would be the best choice in an urban environment for a long lasting outdoor structure.

Section A-A

N Plan View

South Elevation

North Elevation

Section B-B West Elevation Arch 102

East Elevation

Prof Amily Huang

Kevin Reber


FinalConstruction

Arch 102

Prof Amily Huang

Kevin Reber


Spatial Interaction

Components throughout the structure will operate as a windmill device, storing energy for future use.

Interior space can operate as a gallery where artists have a chance to publicly display their work.

Arch 102

Prof Amily Huang

Kevin Reber



Final project ARCH102