Lillyanna San Miguel Architectural Design
For the drawing exercise of the Fibonacci spiral, we were studying the sequence and the relationship between the lines and the space it created. In the drawing, we had started with a square, that then connected to a rectangle, which created an even bigger rectangle. From then, we studied the relationship between the spaces, making a spiral throughout the whole drawing with a protractor.
Drawings and Model
With the photo on the left, I was attempting to target shade only, while in the photo on the right I was focusing on the elevation of the space, protecting it from the snakes and bugs that lay on the surface. Both are meant to fit into my landscape, the desert. My final model ended up being a perfect height, and have decent airflow. Good shading and a nice, cool, interior.
In my model, my thought process was very complex. I had a bunch of ideas that I somewhat mashed into one idea. I wanted a house that proved to have convectional currents that kept the house properly heated or cooled. This was an attempt to lessen he cost of conditioning or heat in the hot or cold months of Texas. In conclusion