Bryan Carrillo: Architectural Design I
Project 01: Prairie Pavilion
Research: The Texas Prairie
I picked immense because the Texas prairie matches that description. I wanted my word drawing to represent my word immense, so I started using big shapes and playing with the positive and negative space. I did a lot of 90-degree shapes, and I also did circles. When people see my drawing, I want them to think that this drawing has big shapes which matches my word.
I noticed that the Texas prairie has some hills and a lot of land that looks like it never ends. This helped me create ideas and connect all of the negative space in my drawing.
A Texas Prairie Pavilion
Since my word was immense, I wanted to create a model that matches my word immense, I used this side of my drawing because of the size, and the shape would help me create an immense model.
Praire Pavilion Studies
Final Model and Drawings
With my final model I used a lot of the shapes that were in my word drawing, I combined my pavilion model studies to my final model because each time I had an idea, and it would be better if I put all of my ideas together at the end.
project 02: Airbnb model
In this project we had to make an Airbnb in the Texas prairie which had to relate to our word from the first project. My word was immense so I had to make sure that my building would resemble my word a lot.
I decided to move on with this design and make it my final model.