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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARCH 1412 03-04 PROJECT 1 05-08 PROJECT2 09-15 PROJECT2 16-17 CASA MALAPARTE

DELINEATION 18 SKETCH 19 IN-CLASS SKETCH 20 BLACK AND WHITE 21 FINAL PROJECT

DIGITAL MEDIA 22 LIGHT BOX 23 WALL SECTION

STUDENT INITIATED WORK 24 PAINTING 25 PHOTOGRAPHY


Model Detail

Model Overview Project 1

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Chipboard, basswood, MDF 11” x 11” x17”


Axonometric

Cross Section & Figure Ground Study Project 1

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning

Longitudinal Section & Figure Ground Study

Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 India ink and Lead Holder 11” x17”


Model Detail

Model Overview

Project 2

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Chipboard, basswood, MDF 11” x 11” x17”


Longitudinal and Cross Section

Project 2

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 India Ink and Lead Holder 11” x17” Plan


Longitudinal and Cross Section

Project 2

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Lead Holder 11” x17” Plan


Longitudinal and Cross Section

Project 2

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning

Figure Ground Study

Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 India Ink and Lead Holder 11” x17”


Model Detail

Axonometric

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Chipboard, basswood, MDF 11” x 11” x17” Model Overview


Model Detail

Model Overview

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Chipboard, basswood, MDF 11” x 11” x17”


Longitudinal and Cross Section

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 India Ink and Lead Holder 11” x17” Plan


Axonometric Detail

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning

Axonometric Projection

Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Lead Holder 6H, 4H, 2h, HB 22”x30”


Model Overview

Components piercing through the datum emphasize continuity throughout the model. When exploded a definitive volume is evident. Chipboard pieces are used in conjunction with the basswood sticks to add stability to areas, but they do not blanket form. The orientation and placement of materials create a thin sliver of space at the pivot point. Basswood sticks extending from one end of the datum to the other pulls focus into the smaller moments. This same move highlights implicitly defined volumes created by elements that appear to be floating. The basswood sticks protrude through the chipboard on two levels and turn. The pivot accentuates the petite space created by the combination of these components.

Model Detail and Paragraph

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Chipboard, basswood, MDF 11” x 11” x17”


Plan

Longitudinal and Cross Section

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 India Ink and Lead Holder 11” x17”


Axonometric Detail

Project 3

Horizontal Plane / Vertical Project: point of beginning

Axonometric Projection

Spring 2011, ARCH 1412 Lead Holder 6H, 4H, 2H 22”x30”


Casa Malaparte Isometric Projection Spring 2010 ARCH 1412 Measured drawing, pencil on vellum 24� x 36�


Axonometric Detail

Axonometric Projection

Casa Malaparte Fall 2010, ARCH 1341 Measured drawing, pencil on vellum 24� x 36�


In-class Sketch Fall 2009 ARCH 1341 Pencil 8”x11”


In-class Sketch Fall 2009 ARCH 1341 Pencil 8”x11”


Black and White Fall 2010, ARCH 1341 White Pencil on Black Museum Board 16” x 16”


Plan, Elevation, and Isometric view of sculpture

Final Project

Drawing detail

Fall 2010, ARCH 1341 Pencil on Black Museum Board 24” x 6”


Light Box Final

Light Box Spring 2010, ARCH 1353 Box in 3ds Max/Bonzai


Wall Sections Project Spring 2010, ARCH 1352 AutoCad


Eiffel Tower Painting

Painting on Canvas Acrylic Paint Fall 2010 Student Initiated


Structure and Portrait Photography The photographs demonstrate proper outdoor lighting techniques learned in PHOT 2310. The shadows in the Bruno House emphasize the depth and form unique to the structure. The lighting for the portraits are diffused light which is flattering for females. Having a higher aperture value lessens the depth of field creating hierarchy in the picture with the subject being the most prominent.

Photography

Outdoor Photography Film SLR PHOT 2310 Spring 2011

Undergraduate Admissions Portfolio  

2011 Architecture Undergraduate Admissions Portfolio

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