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MOVABLE PAVILLION Name: Vo Phuong THao Claas: Edexcel 6 Subject: Management of Art Exhibition Lecture: Kelner Krisztian


CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTONS

1.1

Type of Pavillion

2.0 PAVILLION DESIGN

2.1 2.2

Site Location Art Exhibition

3.0 CONCEPT AND IDEAS

3.1 3.2

Design Inspiration General sketches

4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

4.1 4.2

Floorplan and Structure Installation Materials Board

5.0 TECHNICAL DRAWING AND 3D RENDERING


1.0 INTRODUCTONS

1.1

Type of Pavillion

Modular design is a design approach that creates things out of independent parts with standard interfaces. This allows designs to be customized, upgraded, repaired and for parts to be reused. A well know example of module design are LEGO plastic construction toys. Modular design aims to subdivide a complex product into smaller parts (modules) that are easily used interchangeably. Examples of modularly designed items are vehicles, computers, and high-rise buildings. Modular design is an attempt at getting both the gains of standardization (high volume normally equals low manufacturing costs) and the gains of customization. The concept of modularity can provide the necessary foundation for organizations to design products that can respond rapidly to market needs and allow the changes in product design to happen in a cost-effective manner. Modularity can be applied to the design processes to build modular products and modular manufacturing processes. Modular designs tend to have benefits for customers and sustainability as they allow for reuse and incremental upgrades as opposed to replacing an entire unit. In many cases, a culture of do-it-yourself customization will evolve around designs that are highly modular. Historically, many module designs were unpopular because interfaces were too difficult to use. In theory, personal computers were module as you could upgrade things such as memory. However, the interfaces never worked well and required obscure technical skills. Generally speaking, modular designs fail when parts don’t fit together easily.


2.0 PAVILLION DESIGN

2.1

Site Location

New Saigon’s ultra-modern showpiece, The Crescent Walk is a traffic-free, paved promenade along the arcing bank of one of the city’s many waterways. It’s been developed over the last few years into the perfect package of high-end residences, prime office space, public outdoor recreational areas, and a string of international dining and drinking chains with outside seating overlooking the water. It’s a quiet, clean, and slightly surreal space to unwind at the end of a busy day in Saigon. Why surreal? Well, because this is supposed to be Saigon; steamy, chaotic, noisy, and exotic. The Crescent is none of the above. The waterside architecture is all glass and curves, and there’s a definite impression that everything is orderly and under control. This is Saigon’s future; this is Singapore. And very nice it is too, even if it does lack a certain ‘Vietnamese-ness’. The Crescent Walk spans a couple of kilometres along Ton Duat Tien (Sun Yet Sen) Street, and is a particularly beautiful place to watch the sunset. A sleek and slender bridge connects The Crescent Walk with the green pastures of Ho Ban Nguyet Park – great for a weekend picnic. The reason why to choose Ho Ban Nguyet Park is it’s popular location that all ages can come and enjoy not only the scenery but also good place to place this creative pavillion because it’s the modern era architechture in new Saigon’s ultra-modern showpiece.


2.1

Art Exhibition Art Exhibition: “I Can’t” Campaign Exhibition Purpose: Coal energy is one of the leading causes of pollution and climate change. Currently, Vietnam is third in the world in construction of coal-fired power plants. According to a report of Harvard University, in Vietnam, 4,300 people die of coal-fired power every year. By 2030, this number may increase to 25,000 people. Could we live in a broken, ruined city when pollution from coal-fired power plants took over? Don’t let your daily life be turned upside-down and dreams get shot down because of those gas masks worn by the artists. Share our message and be more concerned about environmental problems. You are the one who can speak up and demanding change in the energy plan to save our life and our planet. “I Can’t” campaign is run to raise awareness of the public and engage the youths from major cities and towns affected by air pollution from coal. This is a chance for Vietnamese people to join the fight against climate change (CC) while gaining knowledge about energy in Vietnam, the development of coal-fired power plants in particular, which is the main cause leading to pollution and CC.


3.0 CONCEPT AND IDEAS

3.1

Design Inspirations


3.2

General sketches


4.0 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 4.1

Floorplan and Structure Installation

7600

7300

DRAWING TITLE:

Drawn by

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN

Checked by

Vo Phuong Thao

Scale

-

Date

March 2018

Drawing No.

OO1

NOTES 1.

This drawing and concept contained thereon are and remain the property of VO PHUONG THAO and shall not be copied or used in whole or part without the written consent of VO PHUONG THAO. Any breach of this condition shall be deemed to be breached of copyright. All rights reserved.

2.

All specification and dimension to be verified on site before commencement of any works. Any discrepancies must be reported to the respective designer immediately for further clarifications. Contractors are advised to clarify all site measurement and shop-drawings are not to be scale for construction purposed. Otherwise the contractor must bear all the responsibilities.

CLIENT HAS REVIEWED AND APPROVED.

___________________________________________________________ CLIENT SIGNATURE & DATE

COMMENTS:


Carton Dome Structure: - 200 Pieces of Carton joining plastic hinge and each carton is decorated wwith one piece of plywood.

Plywood Roof Structure: - 8 Pieces of Plywood joining the roof structure with hinge and scews

Bamboo Legs Structure: - 28 Bamboo Pieces joining with metal pipe and scews


4.1

Material Board

Plywood

Bamboo Carton


PROJECT TITLE:

DRAWING TITLE:

EDEXCEL 6 - ID

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN

7300

PAVILLION

5.0 TECHNICAL DRAWING AND 3D RENDERING

Drawn by

Scale

OO1

March 2018

-

Vo Phuong Thao

Date

Checked by

Drawing No.

7600

This drawing and concept contained thereon are and remain the property of VO PHUONG THAO and shall not be copied or used in whole or part without the written consent of VO PHUONG THAO. Any breach of this condition shall be deemed to be breached of copyright. All rights reserved.

NOTES

2.

1.

All specification and dimension to be verified on site before commencement of any works. Any discrepancies must be reported to the respective designer immediately for further clarifications. Contractors are advised to clarify all site measurement and shop-drawings are not to be scale for construction purposed. Otherwise the contractor must bear all the responsibilities.

CLIENT HAS REVIEWED AND APPROVED.

___________________________________________________________ CLIENT SIGNATURE & DATE

COMMENTS:


PROJECT TITLE:

PAVILLION EDEXCEL 6 - ID

3600 DRAWING TITLE:

FRONT VIEW

Drawn by

Scale

OO2

March 2018

-

Vo Phuong Thao

Date

Checked by

Drawing No.

4100

7600

This drawing and concept contained thereon are and remain the property of VO PHUONG THAO and shall not be copied or used in whole or part without the written consent of VO PHUONG THAO. Any breach of this condition shall be deemed to be breached of copyright. All rights reserved.

1500

1.

NOTES

2.

All specification and dimension to be verified on site before commencement of any works. Any discrepancies must be reported to the respective designer immediately for further clarifications. Contractors are advised to clarify all site measurement and shop-drawings are not to be scale for construction purposed. Otherwise the contractor must bear all the responsibilities.

1500

CLIENT HAS REVIEWED AND APPROVED.

___________________________________________________________ CLIENT SIGNATURE & DATE

COMMENTS:


PROJECT TITLE:

PAVILLION EDEXCEL 6 - ID

3600

DRAWING TITLE:

LEFT VIEW

Drawn by

Scale

OO3

March 2018

-

Vo Phuong Thao

Date

Checked by

Drawing No.

This drawing and concept contained thereon are and remain the property of VO PHUONG THAO and shall not be copied or used in whole or part without the written consent of VO PHUONG THAO. Any breach of this condition shall be deemed to be breached of copyright. All rights reserved.

7300

1.

NOTES

2.

All specification and dimension to be verified on site before commencement of any works. Any discrepancies must be reported to the respective designer immediately for further clarifications. Contractors are advised to clarify all site measurement and shop-drawings are not to be scale for construction purposed. Otherwise the contractor must bear all the responsibilities.

CLIENT HAS REVIEWED AND APPROVED.

___________________________________________________________ CLIENT SIGNATURE & DATE

COMMENTS:

2000

10

370

1990


Assignment Proposal - Movable Pavillion in Management of Art Exhibition  
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