Architecture Advance Studio Spring 2016

  • Advance Studio Spring 2016
    Architecture based on drawing buildings
  • Phase One

    Using Python programming language to represent the sample space with a system of lines.

    Volume of the sample space is represented by the projection of four continuous line-sets.
    The sample is a selection space from Museo di Castelvecchio, the building assigned from Architecture Analysis course. Continued with the material study, each material is connected by a set of lines, then projected back to the sample volume. The final drawing, printed from pen-plotter, is a result of the projection of line-sets with the sample volume removed in an axon view.
  • Phase Two
    Extend and continue work from phase one as a drawing project. While purpose is no longer to represent a given form, representation strategies interns of the potential to represent something new will remain.

    Scaling each cell in relationship to its distance from viewer, the drawing creates two-dimensional gird-void, while defines the depth of space.
    The line-sets model from phase one is being used as a starting point. The model is separated into 36 cells from The View, which referenced from the study of offsetting volume in Architecture Analysis. Each cell is scaled differently from factor 0.5 to 1 in relationship to its distance from the camera point; thus the further one cell is from the camera, the wider the gap surrounded with. One original-scaled model and one 1-1.5 scaled model are layered at back as references. The final drawing is a composi- tion of gird-void drawing, printed on mylar, layering in front of other two scaled drawings printed on paper.