RISD Architecture: Design Principles

  • RISD Architecture: Design Principles
    RISD Architecture '15
  • A matrix of pencils, created to fit perfectly inside of a wine box.
    Connected only with lap joints, no adhesive. 
    Pencils
    13 x 13
  • A conceptual conjunction of pencils and burlap.  Connecting and relating to each other.
    Bristol Paper
    20 x 20 x 8
  • Half-scale model, laid on its side to create a walkable terrain.
    Bristol
    10 x 10 x 4
  • Transversal Section Cut
    1/4" = 1'-0"
    Graphite
    20 x 20
  • 1/8" = 1'-0" Roof Plan With External Connections
    Graphite
    10 x 10
  • 1/4" = 1'-0" Section
    Graphite
    20 x 8
  • Rendering of Interior Terrain and Circulation.
    Charcoal
    96 x 42
  • Rendering of Interior Terrain and Circulation.
    Water Color
    24 x 36
  • Creating Roof Circulation and Level Connections.
    1/8" = 1'-0"
    Bristol
    10 x 10 x 4
  • Conceptual Ground Topography
    Chipboard
    10 x 10
  • 1/8" = 1'-0" Section With External Connections
    Graphite
    10 x 10
  • Creating a relationship between two distinct systems.
    Pencils and Burlap
    20 x 8 x 8
  • Elevation view rendering of the relationship of pencils and burlap.
    Graphite
    18 x 18
  • Mold Casting
    Concrete
    14 x 14
  • Geometric Tessellation Blocks, Penrose Tiling
    Red Oak
     
  • Triangular Tessellation Block
    Red Oak
    2" Sides ; 1" Height
  • Rhombus Tessellation Block
    Red Oak
    2" Sides ; 1" Height
  • Square Tessellation Block
    Red Oak
    2" Sides ; 1" Height
  • Elongated Rhombi Tessellation Block
    Red Oak
    2" Sides ; 1" Height
  • Trapezoidal Tessellation Block
    Red Oak
    2" : 4" Sides ; 1" Height
  • Penrose Tiling Studies