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Week One

Precedent Analysis

Figure 3: Extruded Surface Figure 2: Tracing and Creating Surface for Layer 2 Figure 2: Using Curve Interpolate Point to trace out the beam from the the Plan, the use command PlannarSrf to create surface in the top view. Figure 3: Rotate the surface in 180 degree vertical direction in perspective view, then Extruded surface with to 3.9 mm thickness, and use the scale command scale it to 1: 500

Figure 1: AA, 2015, AA Summer Pavilions Bad Hair , London, unkown, https://project4rosemary.weebly.com/blog/aa-summer-pavilions Figure 4: Blend the Extruded Surface

Figure 4: Using the Plan drawing in the top view and use the Bend command to blend the curved to create the curved beam.

The precedents provided have 8 images from elevations, sections, plans, roof plans, details of the joints. The precedents provided is quite detail for my pavilion model. I traced the beam and details from the plan for each layers and use the measurements provided on the image to scale my model. Then use the layer’s plan view and the measurement provided to blend my beam to a curved shape and use this create each layers. Using the roof plan to put each the layer I model in place. In the plan my pavilion have symmetric shapes, which I used mirror command creating then and use the lines on the plan sheet as the mirror line such as for layer 2 and layer 3. Placeing the elevation and section as well as some of image of my pavilion vertically at the back as a reference.

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