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SITE PLAN DIAGRAM


SITE SECTION DIAGRAM

DE F I N I NG R A G

force which occurs in process of friction between liquid or gas and solid object

I drag + density

drag + intensity + shape

drag + velocity + slope

plaster models and following series of drawings exploring the nature of the force


SITE PLAN


ROOF

SECOND FLOOR

DEF I N I NG R A G

utilising information extracted from the research on drag, develop conceptual design of a house for the existing site considering special conditions of the site and the force

II

FLOOR PLAN


PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL 6 SIDES OF THE MODEL. UNFOLDED


Through the process of research and analysis design and exploring spatial and functional relationship of domestic inhabitation, develop basic understanding of tectonics in relationship to the performative and perceptual, develop topology through the projection of points into xyz coordinates using cartesian grid; build a structural support for the model usingthe same grid, reinforcing potentially weak places.

I N H A B I T I NG H I OB L I QUE


development of the final model

remarkably organic qualities of the surface

I N H A B I T I NG H II OB L I QUE

application of information extracted from the previous exercise to 3-D modeling, and final design (800 pieces origami) developing the topology involving inhabitation of incremental scale and complexity


TRANSFER XYZ COORDINATES OF THE PHYSICAL CHAIN MODELS INTO RHINO3D

SURFACE I NW

SURFACE I NE

SURFACE I SW

SURFACE I SE

SURFACE I NW

SURFACE I NE

SURFACE I SW

SURFACE I SE

SURFACE II NW

SURFACE II NE

SURFACE II SW

SURFACE II SE

SURFACE II NW

SURFACE II NE

SURFACE II SW

SURFACE II SE

SURFACE III NW

SURFACE III NE

SURFACE III SW

SURFACE III SE

SURFACE III NW

SURFACE III NE

SURFACE III SW

SURFACE III SE


V AU L T S chain models made with paper clips first experiments creating vaults

highlight specificchain characteristics of each chain clips model, models made with paper and break them into 3 types of genes A,B,C SURFACE I

V AU L T S MODEL1 GENES A,B,C MODEL1 GENES A,B,C

SURFACE I

SURFACE I

MODEL2 GENES A,B,C

MODEL3 GENES A,B,C


GENERATED 81 SUB-GENES OF INITIAL 9 USING PLUG-IN RHINO3D VAULT

FLUCTUATION

MADNESS

*

DISCIPLINE

CONSTANCY


S T L UA V II

In the second stage of the development of vaults, introducing possible, but not finalised program; exploring qualities and spacial conditions of structure. At this point chosen surface (*) is perfectly balanced. It is on the ordered side of madness according to chosen criterias to this exercise.


SCALE AND INTERIOR CONDITIONS STUDY


SCALE: 1�= 50’

S A C R É

With the determined program - creating a sacred space on the established site location - Wilsonia, California, selecting the most appealing vault and developing it into a structure which consist of three major spaces: entrance, main, and sacred small room. Located on a very steep slope in the middle of the forest, which makes it a struggle to get into it, this elegant giant frames beautiful views of the timeday, night, seasons, weather conditions, and sky views, connecting visitors with natural beauty,


NORTH - WEST

SOUTH - WEST

SOUTH - EAST

NORTH - EAST

NORTH - WEST

SOUTH - WEST

SOUTH - EAST

NORTH - EAST

FLOOR PLAN


BACK

E N G U L F E D

TOP

LEFT

Being located at the intersection of several major streets and surrounded by two freeways and airport, San Diego port building appears as a meaningful landmark of the city and a gate to the major part of it. This project proposes a new envelope which will bring more natural light and ventilation to the existing structure.

RIGHT

FRONT

53% REFLECTION

71% REFLECTION

85% REFLECTION

100% REFLECTION

wall

silicon fascia steel disc for angle support tube/window

SECTION SECTION

Portfolio '12-'13  

Several architecture and art projects developed throughout 2012-2013.

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