Leah Whiting: Architectural Design I
Project 01: Fibonacci Cube
In this project, we were showing and exploring the relationships between form and space. We created a series of artifacts to demonstrate our skills that we have and learned. We have developing drafting and model-building skills. We also applied our technique of illustrating scale and proportion.
Drawings & Model
Plane Study Drawing
My 3 planes studies were just something that I wanted to be simple. I didn't want to cause any confusion if I had to put them together. I put together pieces at various spots so viewers could see the length of each piece of cardboard, big or small. My main plane study that is used in the cube doesn't stand out too much and in my perspective, I think that's alright. It sits just right in my drawing and in my cube.
Final Cube: Isometric
My Fibonacci drawing doesn't show that I wanted my cube to have various levels. My interior perspective, it tries it's best to show it. My instinct was to create a cube that I could relate to a building or a house. The main plane is suppose to divide the cube and create a top and bottom floor type. I created enclosed spaces in the "bottom" area.
Final Cube: Model
Final Cube: Interior Perspective