2 POINT PERSPECTIVES
Initial - http://yjarch1101.blogspot.com.au/2017/05/blog-post_25.html
Developing - http://yjarch1101.blogspot.com.au/2017/06/developing-moving-elements-first-moving.html
DRAFT SKETCHUP IMAGES/PROGRESS
36 TEXTURES + APPLICATION
SKETCHUP 3D WAREHOUSE
Thursday, June 22, 2017
View: Entering bridge from the Squarehouse.
Here the entrance is rather simple in terms of shapes and sizes however the textures allow for a disorienting feeling in order to indicate the innovation of moving elements of architecture.
View: Studying space
View: Lecture Room
Lecture rooms are usually radially organised and this concept was continued in this experiment, however the circular shape of the room allows innovative design as windows which are placed in a disorienting way. They are looped around the room and act as vectors that direct students' attention to the lecturer.
View: Library space and stairs leading to gallery
View: Computer Labs
In this experiment the disorienting placement of the computers allow for innovation as students can access computers more easily through the main corridor and allows an open view which allows distraction from the computer.
View: Crossing Anzac Parade
The shapes which the building uses are quite smooth and organic however the thick timber louvres act as not only shading devices but also disorient the space and the visual aspect of the bridge.
View: From the main university walkway.
From students' perspectives, the bridge is a disorienting piece of architecture which connects two buildings however for those who use it, it becomes a location of study and creativity.
DEVELOPING MOVING ELEMENTS
First moving element: Similar to the shape of sound waves, I wanted something which would be used as a shading device. It is connected to a metal conveyor which allows the planks to move around the building.
Second element: The places where the bridge connects to existing buildings. It will expand and move to shelter people when they enter the school. Will be an open section, not yet finished.