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SKYLERKRUSE-ASMUSSEN


FURNITUREDESIGN

Furniture design and construction provides an opportunity for my design work to be realized into built form. It’s also an opportunity to learn from working with raw material and construction detailing. While taking an idea, like “floating beds”, and having to design, detail, and construct it and have the project simultaneously, work structurally, and maintain the original conceived idea is a challenge. These challenges led to employing structural concepts like cantilever to effectively execute the design.


WALLINTERVENTION:

II set set out out to to create create aaspace spacethat thatwould wouldprovide providethe theusers usersof ofthe theUNO UNOcampus campusaaplace placeto touse useand and charge charge their their various variousmobile mobiledevices. devices. With Withaasolar solarpanel panelskin skinproducing producingthe thepower powerand andshading shading the the area, area, this this becomes becomesaarare rareenvironmentally environmentallyconscious consciousinstallment installmenton onthe theUNO UNOcampus. campus Hassle Hassle Free Free Connection: Connection: Areas Areas within within the the wall wall can can be be used used as as aa mobile hot spothot andspot a charging station. station. These spaces mobile and a charging will be equipped with PowerMat chargers so that These spaces will be equipped with no cords will be necessary powering PowerMat chargers so thatwhen no cords will up your various devices. Seating up and desk space be necessary when powering your will be placed throughout various devices. Seating the andsystem. desk space will be placed throughout the system.

Solar Skin


AREA PLAN

SCALE 1/4” = 1’

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OriginalProgram:

STAMPCOLLECTOR

A work area for a person who enjoys collecting stamps as well as creating stamp related artwork. This work area will be an inspirational and highly functional space A storage area for all necessary supplies and material. A public viewing space that will look inviting from the street level and offer a unique look into the hobby of stamp collecting

FIRST FLOORPLAN PLAN SEC FIRST FLOOR


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PRODUCTDESIGN

My philosophy as a designer, is that a well designed object should demonstrate quality, functionality, and allow you to express your personal style. Great design should fit into a space rather than take it up, while enhancing the activities taking place. As a student, intern, and designer, it has been my experience that collaboration, attention to detail, hard work, and the reworking of ideas are essential for the creation of unique, innovative products.


SECTION A 0

1/8” = 1’ 10


STAHLHOUSE STAHLHOUSE

By representing great architecture, you are forced to immerse yourself in great architecture. In By representing great youmany are forced to immerse yourself greatHouse. architecture. In this project I set out to architecture, represent in as ways as possible the iconicinStahl By collectthis project I set out to represent in as many ways as possible the iconic Stahl House. By collecting relevant material, researching the architects philosophy, process, and design language, I ing relevant material, researching the architects precess, and design language, I was able to better understand the house and howphilosophy, to represent my own designs. was able to better understand the this house and how to represent my own designs.

SECTION B 0

1/8� = 1’ 10


LANDSCAPE/INTERVENTION

SITEANALYSIS:

SITEANALYSIS:

To better understand intended location of the landscape intervenTo better understand the intended location of the landscape intervention retion research and mapping studies were conducted. The patterns, search and mapping studies were conducted. The patterns, geometry, and geometry, and layout the existing sitedesign. helped An inform overall layout of overall the existing siteofhelped inform the aerialthe intensity design. An aerial intensity map was also created in the process map was also created in the process from which the 3:1 site was extracted and from which thesuggestions 3:1 site was provided initial suggesprovided initial asextracted to what theand sterotomic form would become. tions as to what the sterotomic form would become


EXTRACTION OF 3:1 SITE

AREA DOMINATED BY CROPS CROP CIRCLES AREA DOMINATED BY BUNKERS BUNKERS MAJOR ROADS

SQUARE MILE

BUNKER CONCENTRATION


MEASURINGDEVICE:

Given the complex surface, a measuring device needed to be created in order to accurately map the topography of the site and move forward with the design process. A crane like device with a measuring tape mounted exactly six inches off the ground was constructed and used to measure down to the model to find elevations at various points. After a grid system was applied to the model and elevations were found at the coordinates, traditional drafting techniques were used to create accurate drawings.


TECTONIC/STEREOTOMIC

The landscape evolved as the built tectonic structures were worked to create balance with the stereotomic land forms. Once a sense of balance was created the design moved toward creating the occupiable space through a form that embodied both the sterotomic and tectonic principles.


SYSTEMCONNECTION

The built tectonic structures were treated as a machine like system from the early stages of this design. The system at work here is one based on cantilever and suspension. The connection between the two needed to be designed as well.


DESIGNPORTFOLIO


Design Portfolio