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Contents Max Ernst Inside The Master’s Bedroom 2-6 My Bedroom 7-8
Corbusier Inside and Out Chapel-du-Haut 9-10 Cabanon 11-14 Cabanonville 15-20
Ólafur Elíasson Outside and In Magic Boxes 21-26 City Seekers 27-30
“The Master’s Bedroom, It’s Worth Spending a Night There” We were prompted to interpret and represent the space of Max Ernst’s painting in both two and three dimensions simultaneously. This was achieved through technical drawing and museum board models.
To further our understanding of the narrative behind images we were asked to interpret pictures of our own bedrooms and transform them into unique spaces. 8
In an analysis of Corbusier’s “Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Haut de Ronchamp” in France I focused on the relationship between solid and void spaces as well as an extensive light study on the south wall of the structure.
In order to explore the relationship between inside and out we closely examined another of Corbusier’s works “Le Cabanon”. In this multi-use 12’ x 12’ space we studied the ‘golden-section’ and its implications on the structure of the Cabanon. We were asked to display our ideas through a series of axonometric drawings and basswood models within a group project. 11
“What wouldyou do if you Corbusier’s
u could spend 24 hours in Cabanon?â€?
During our study of the artist Ólafur Elíasson we examined the effects of light and space pro were asked to capture optical effects and distortions through mirrors an Space Projection– projection of moments from one space to another Color Generator– use of colored surfaces in or 21
ojection through the construction of study models. In the creation of these “Magic Boxes” we nd other reflective surfaces. Each box contained a different set of criteria;
rder to project colored light into a designated space Light Catcher–use of reflective materials in order to project light through a single aperture 22
The project was to design a Frank Gehry inspired Musical Center. We were prompted to use organic shapes and a variety of materials that offered; texture and reflective qualities.
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