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Photomontage - Nathan Constable Finally, then, is the finished concept. This was my first ever photoshop attempt and used a full SketchUp digital model and Google Maps images to create this photomontage. Thank you very much for looking at just a glimpse of my architecture folio from this year!
Potters workshop - Fatema Hassan The pottery workshop is a vast space supported by arched timber frames that form a lattice where pots and vases can be laid to dry. The structure forms a top shelf where potters can use to store or dry ceramics. The overall atmosphere consists of circular light rays cast and moves throughout space and time as a natural spotlight within the workshop.
Arcade between shops and courtyard - Fatema Hassan This region within the ground floor connects all entrances from all edges of the site to the central courtyard and shops. It is open to the outside and sheltered with a cantilever that forms the first floor. All shops have curtain walls facing the interior courtyard to absorb light penetrating through.
Candle making workshop - Fatema Hassan Candles are hung on the timber frame to dry. The workshop is well lit with eight skylights aligned symmetrically against the main counter. The timber frame extends to the end of the space to form a grid of timber columns and beams to place candles ready to be packaged.
The Market Seating - Fiona Wylie Interior view of the cafe seating area above the public market stall, highlighting the glulam and CLT construction for a warm, earthy atmosphere.
St. Andrews' Character Collage - Victoria Rozewska
"To See" - Site Section 1:100 - Zuzanna Woznicka Site Section 1:100, representing the layout of the pavilions within the site. The site I have chosen has uneven terrain, which was quite challenging from a technical point of view. The site had a river view and multiple points of access which were the main reasons for me to choose this location. What I really like about this picture is the misty atmosphere, in the future, I would like to achieve this effect more often.
"To See" - Series of collages - Zuzanna Woznicka Semester one project "To See". Series of collages capturing the internal or external character of the temporary pavilions. Collages were made in Photoshop over the hand-drawn sketches.
The Main Entrance - Fiona Wylie After entering the building from Cook street and rising up through the building, the main entrance acts as a "tree" base for the rest of the growing tower, with a glass floor looking down into the seed library. At the center of it is introductory information about hydroponic growing, and the space splits off into the learning spaces, the main atrium, growing spaces, and the wellness wing.
The U-Pick Greenhouse - Fiona Wylie Off of the public market space, there is a dedicated greenhouse where people can pick their own berries, right off of the plants. This promotes a level of transparency within indoor growing, and allows the community to get hands-on knowledge about where their food comes from.
"To Engage" - Collage - Zuzanna Woznicka Collage showing part of the cafe. At this stage of the project I started to face significant problem with my computer, and doing even simply collage was quite challenging. I really want to try to work with 3d software and see how my work can progress.
Dairy industry - Elena Stefanova The dairy industry in the Rhodopes has changed and adapted over the years.
Collages representing the Past, Present and Future of Greenock - Ellie Carroll
Main Public Forum - Antony James Graham The main forum space is a long double heighted volume that acts as a free space allowing for flexible function and use to accommodate the building programme to serve the communities of Glasgow. This space can be interpreted as a cultural venue, art gallery or a social gathering space where the surrounding amenities cater to public needs. A common factor in the buildings overall aesthetic and character is the use of stone, wood, light and shadow to create exciting, atmospheric and inviting spaces.