Our group, made up of Denise, Kat, Josie and myself, worked together on the "large" programming cube last week. We researched important topics within the large scale, namely Elm Street (the location of the proposed Hatchery). Josie and I worked together on this side of the cube where we depicted a plan view of a block on Elm Street. The drawing is not to scale because we had to draw it from a google earth image for time reasons, however we thought it was important to illustrate the…
Seawall Lot 337 Public Meeting - June 18, 2007 | Port of San Francisco
NEXT PUBLIC MEETINGSWL 337 PORT COMMISSION COMMITTEE MEETINGMONDAY, JUNE 18, 2007 4:30-6:30 P.M.PORT OF SAN FRANCISCOPIER 1 - BAYSIDE CONFERENCE ROOMPLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATEPort staff will provide a presentation summing up the public comments that have been received at previous public workshops and discussions to identify draft development criteria and principles for public
Thesis | Centre Square Mall
Thesis Project: Proposed design for revitalization of the Centre Square Mall in Yellowknife, NT
Occupying and connecting. Frei Otto. 2009. P.51 The image above is provided by Otto in support of his argument that human spontaneous networks of urbanity follow similar patterns to ones formed in...
Schematic Design - This isn't "Architecture" | Life of an Architect
This article describes the schematic and programming process when working with an architect, at least the process when working with a fun architect
The SAHMRI set to open
A sneak peek at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI).
NHS Shetland Framework - Threesixty Architecture
We are currently employed within a Multidisciplinary Design Team on this framework for small and medium projects totalling £3million. Through this successful partnership we have delivered refurbishment works in the live hospital environment, new build local decontamination units, various dental unit works and outlying GP surgery redevelopments throughout their existing property portfolio. At Gilbert Bain […]
The Hatchery: Bubble Diagram
This bubble diagram depicts my proposed hatchery space. I used hierarchy to show the performance space as the most important space. The diagram also helps to show adjacency, or a loose floorplan, with the gallery store at the entrance followed by the performance space, then a long hallway on the right side leading to the studio, consultation room and the bathrooms. The smaller bubbles stemming off from the main spaces depict the important components that each space requires.