Presentation on theme: "1 DIGITAL PORTFOLIO BARCELONA PAVILION ARCHITECTURE TECHNIQUES 202 LOY TUCK MAN (ID: 108020782) CHIN HUA KANG (ID: 107071312) GO TO MAIN."— Presentation transcript:
1 DIGITAL PORTFOLIO BARCELONA PAVILION ARCHITECTURE TECHNIQUES 202 LOY TUCK MAN (ID: ) CHIN HUA KANG (ID: ) GO TO MAIN
CONTENT DRAWINGS OF BUILDING DOSSIER PRESENTATION EXPLORATIVE MODELS FINAL SECTIONAL MODEL INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING 2 SOURCES REFERENCING BACK TO HOME PAGE
ICON Designed by father of modern architecture, Mies van der Rohe. Represents Germanys openness, liberty, modernity, and internationalism. Emphasis on clarity, simplicity and honesty. OPEN PLAN spatial planning not from box, but from few flowing independent planes. fluid, elegant and poetic movement. breaking up of partitions; no enclosed space. independence of columns and walls; free from structural limitation. REFLECTION Play of light and reflection on glass, steel and the marbles. (Creates lightness) Spatial illusion created by multiple reflected spaces. Alteration of general perception towards a materials properties. (Solid marble appears transparent) (Click this link for virtual tour of the building)link INFORMATION OF BUILDING BACK TO MAIN 3 CLIP 1 CLIP 2
CLIP 1 BACK TO MAIN TO CLIP 2 (Click this link to view the video directly from YouTube)link
CLIP 2 BACK TO MAIN (Click this link to view the video directly from YouTube)link
DRAWINGS OF BUILDING Plan East – west section East elevation West elevation BACK TO MAIN
DOSSIER PRESENTATION BACK TO MAIN
EXPLORATIVE MODEL 1 OPEN PLAN NEXT MODEL This model is built to explore possible configurations made from only three simple planes with a fixed plane on the right side. 90 degree rotation is enabled for the two smaller planes while 180 degree rotation is for the middle plane. The planes move according and limited to the perimeter line created on the base. Different spatial patterns can be created, while still reflecting on the theme of open plan. With only few simple planes, free flowing space within can be created.
EXPLORATIVE MODEL 2 REFLECTION BACK TO MAIN This explorative model is to explore the different reflective qualities of the materials used in Barcelona Pavilion and how their placements affect the spatial quality of the building. There are materials of three different qualities (mirror-like reflective, subtle reflective, and tinted-transparent reflective) for each plane. These planes can be slotted on the base according to the original plan of the building. One is able to explore a particular plane by switching between the three provided materials. The resulted space can be experienced from the provided viewfinder. The placement of planes can also be explored by sliding. the planes to desired positions.
FINAL SECTIONAL MODEL 1:100 BACK TO MAIN A B Section A – A Section B – B
BACK TO MAIN SOURCES REFERENCING Clip 1 Animation Producer: Yohei Yamada Design, Animation, Stimulation: Paul Groh Clip 2 Animation Producer: Jason Prado Instructor: Paul Groh Figure 1 Figure 2 (Photographer: Juan Van) Figure 3 Figure 4 (Photographer: Klaus Frahm) 4 THE END