my study model was constructed very fast with limited effort, but a rough design to help me come to the point of removing my front attachment to the container and modifying a panel that will go to the front of the container that will have a door and a window above. using the doors that were on it as a shading to go over the front and window. my original idea was to have 3 of the 8'x20' containers in one plot size of a 30'x30' square. and have an attachable bathroom at the rear that would be 5'x8' but i took a break and got second opinions on a design of shrinking a foot on each container to fit 4 total within the plot area. focusing on a bathroom big enough to have 3 toilets, 4 showers, and 2 sinks. and making the bathroom a 7'x14' that would slide in the back of two containers and have the side containers pushed up against the others. now taking a look at the area which I'll be focusing my efforts on holding the refugees, i could either have concrete blocks that the containers and bathroom would sit on if its a rough sturdy ground, or if its soft and moving just to lay them down flat on the ground. enough windows to keep a breeze going and circulate the air within the containers. for the windows as cover to have a type of micro-mesh plastic over to cover, so air can get in but also keep out most sand if it tries to get in.
Final Project #2 Documentation
My second project was more difficult on time, since i was more focused on doing preliminary work and drawing out every small detail before actually doing my final draft on my building. my built models were not at part of what their full potential could have been. But in either case i presented with surety and confidence that my work and time spent on this project was at its finest and highest level.
after i presented and got my juries feedback from my project, i was surprised at what i was given and how in their eyes where i spent a majority of my time and attention. different from my first project presentation with more negative feedback and small notices that made a huge difference once i myself stepped back to see that, but ultimately taking it as a chance and good feedback to improve on my work in the future.