Jared Rosales: Architecture Design
Project 01: Fibonacci Cube
Our Project landscape was given to us randomly ranging from A Tundra to a Prairie. First we had to built models and pick the best one that fits with our landscape. Then we had to add on to that and make specifically to help the building cope with the landscape. Finally we had to make a Isometric and a Interior Perspective and present it all to Architects.
Drawings and Model
Plane Study Drawing
We made 3 initial models so we would have option to see what worked in our landscape and what didn't work in our landscape. For example my landscape, The Prairie, needed shade for the sun in the summer so I started off with my first model. It has a lot of shade but not that much protection from the cold wind during the Winter so I made my second model it has 2 big walls to block off cold wind but it doesn't have that much shade for the sun so i decided to go with my third model it has a big wall for the cold wind and it has shade to cool of during the summer.
Final Cube: Isometric
I made the Isometric Drawing and my Interior Perspective so that you can have a different perspective of my model. The Isometric is 60:30 so you can see a corner view of everything, and the Interior Perspective is so you can see what the inside looks like without a struggle.
Final Cube: Model
Final Cube: Interior Perspective