Exhibition Portfolio Xiao Fang
Rhode Island School of Design Mdes Exhibition and Narrative Environment Central Academy of Fine Arts Bachelor of Architecture
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EUCLIDEAN MEASUREMENTS Boston, America | 2018.12 Instructor: Francesca Liuni
Drawing tools are something have just been invented 50 years ago and now have already out of date and gone into the museum which is very ironic. The reason why the tools are abandoned is that we use digital tools instead today. The hand drawing tools help build the sense of scale which make the digital tools’ power of scaling also a weakness. I’m trying to use what we used most in architecture design, the ”line” to form basic geometry shape frame to display the exhibits and connect all the parts together. While the color of the graphic and guide line come from the color of reference lines in design software.
Charrette Corporation In 1964, Harvard Graduate School of Design students Lionel Spiro (AB ’60, MArch ’63) and Blair Brown (AB ’62, MArch ’67) could not find a dependable retailer for drafting equipment and materials. So they formed their own business and opened their own store to address the need. For decades, Spiro and Brown’s Charrette Corporation supplied New England’s and the nation’s architects, graphic designers, and artists with state-of-the-art equipment. Mr. Spiro was kind enough in 2015 to donate a group of drafting, drawing, and architectural supplies to CHSI from his private collection. Many of these supplies were regularly sold through Charrette.
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Concept On the first floor, I chose drawing tools from the Charrette Corporation and catalogued them into “points, lines, surfaces, and solids”. Points, lines, surfaces, and solids are basic geometry elements that compose space, and architecture drawings are drawings using geometry symbols to represent the elements of space. So I’m just using elements from the drawings the tools made to show the tools. On the second floor, there are five drawings for Fogg Museum exhibit, which are completed building drawing. I’m trying to show a process that frome tools to completed drawings.
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Contruction Detail For the floor, I used conctete to make the space more like an architectural construction site. First I made a metal box, then fill it with self- leveling concrete to avoid damage to the original building. For the frame, I used a splitter method to apply the connection method usually used for wood to metal. The horizontal metal pipe has protruding streets, and the vertical metal pipe is covered outside the joint, which is fixed by gravity and friction, not applicable to any nails or glue. To make the frame stable, under the concrete floor is a denser grid of metal fram connected to the frame on the floor.
Museum Exhibition Providence, America | 2018.12 Instructor: Ernesto Aparicio
I will design a museum exhibit at the RISD Museum with an emphasis on typography. The structure of the exhibit is part of the content. Theme of the e xhibition: Architect Christopher Alexander released in 2004â€”Written over the course of three decadesâ€” The Nature of Order: An Essay on the Art of building and the Nature of the Universe . The four volume set outlines the properties that Alexander believes underlie beauty in art, nature, and architecture. This exhibit is the abridged 3D version of his manifesto. Title: Baskerville Old Face Subtitle: Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ Extra Number: Haettenschweiler Introduction: Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ Light
Layout and visitor path
REBUILDING THE WORLD
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Gallery Exhibition Providence, America | 2018.12 Instructor: Ernesto Aparicio
Design Icons, 1900-2000 A Timeline of Furniture Masterpieces
This is an exhibit for RISD Sol Koffler Gallery that will depict the evolution of Chair design in the 20th century. The timeline structure of the exhibit as well as the content are part of the design. Title: Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ Condensed A Designer: Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ Light Intruduction: Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ Light Backgroung: Helvetica Neue LT Std