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FINAL!! April 27, 2011

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Finally I finish my drawing and I’m so happy to finish it!

I use 1:100 scale

I like to be simple at the outside because I want to be more focused on my structure.

I use blood red and natural gray for my apartment. I use to be more sticking and different to others.

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3rd :)

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Now I finish my sketches and planning for my structure. So I was starting to do a perspective.

I do the method of plotting J

For it way easy than the other method, the measure.

At first was having trouble figuring out what scale that I will use and what angle that I will used. At first I use 30 – 60 degrees. But I don’t like the outcome it’s too stiff in the left side.

Do I change my angle and use the 60-30, its way better than the 30-60 angles. It was exact and perfect view for my design.

And this is my DRAFT:

I start at a box 8 x 8, 9 m height and 10 x 12 , 6 m height.

I finish my DRAFT

Finish!

I hope I the outcome will be the same in my sketch up drawing 🙂

I first made it at GOOGLE SKETCH UP 🙂

 

Second attempt :)

Filed under: Second attempt :) — azelea19 @ 9:54 pm

At last I now know what I what to create for my final plate for perspective J

At last I now know what I what to create for my final plate for perspective 🙂

I’ve doing some sketches and sketch up drawings for my design.

My concept was a cube. I was inspired by the following structures.

BUMPS-Building-Modern-Building-Design

Harbour Isle Apartments by Lundgaard & Tranberg

I was planning to design small apartments.

The one that caught my eye was the first photo the BUMP building. For me it was complex and different in usual buildings that we can see.

This is my inspiration.

Edge is more on my style I like edgy and modern.


 

SKETCH :) March 30, 2011

Filed under: SKETCH — azelea19 @ 4:56 pm

For our final plate in PERSPECTIVE, our Prof gave as a building and we need to be creative to design our building.

It’s been a while since the last time I make a design, I kind a miss it. The last time I do a design in my ADESPRN class. I’m so excited because this is what I’m waiting for to do in my Perspective class. I’m so happy that this is our final plate before we finish our 1st year.

My inspiration was this structures

I’m still on deciding process on things that I need to put in.

I’m thinking of using geometric shapes.. 🙂

My unfinished sketch up drawing…still on process

 

 

ART DECO December 6, 2010

Filed under: ART DECO — azelea19 @ 12:39 pm

I already know art deco since High School but only in college i truly under stand what is art deco and its styles and great features…

the most famous feature of an art deco is the geometric shapes ,patterns such as zigzagged and trapezoidal designs .

it had influenced by visual graphic arts and also Pop Art.

sunburst designs and maiden sculptures.

 

 

NEW YORK CITY

William F. Lamb with Shreve, Lamb and Harmon Architecture firm designed the Empire State Building.

Its became popular because of the KING KONG the movie.

Chrysler Building

Architect William Van Alen for Walter P. Chrysler

designed this beautiful building

it has great geometrical pattern on it side

Most of the buildings in New York City are Art Deco style, most of the building have a features of set back, telescopic and geometric patterns.

PHILIPPINES

Manila Metropolitan Theatre

designed by Architect Juan M. Arellano.

an Art Deco designed theater along Padre Burgos Avenue near Manila Post Office.

 

 

The Far Eastern University

 

I like the styles in art deco …I love the patterns and the mixing and  combining the shapes..Art deco is one of my favorite eras that we discuss, cause through shapes I can make and experiments different kind of shapes and patterns that will make my structure unique.

 

 

INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

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The Industrial revolution is the start of the great changes that happened in our history. It started 18th to the 19th century in Great Britain. A more modern world had begun.

Difference between Medieval and Industrial Revolution…..

If in medieval most structures was Churches and Cathedral well in this era  factories was the main feature. 

Spread of Factories

In Medieval the materials commonly use are :

  • Bricks
  • Limestones
  • Plasters

in Industrial Revolution

  • Refined Coals
  • Iron
  • Steel

If in Medieval are Artist

like 

LEONARDO DA VINCI

while in Industrial Revolution are Inventors

like 

THOMAS EDISON

 

In this era it has a Great Disadvantage in human resources and in daily life

 

 

 

 

 

 

The start of Child Labor and working

women.

 

 

 

overpopulation


 

 

 

Water pollution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air Pollution

 

 

 

 

 

skin diseases

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And it has also Advantage


 

Introduce the Railway

Canals

The Industrial Revolution brought severe consequences to society.Factory owners, needing cheap, unskilled labor, profited greatly by using children and women to run the machines. the Kids had no free time to play or to fix their selves and earned low wages. Some got sick and died because of the toxic fumes, while others were severely injured and sometimes killed working at the dangerous machines in factories.

The Industrial Revolution marks a major turning point in human history.

Obviously, the Industrial Revolution had both good and bad sides.

 

and also in this era they introduce to us the greenhouse glass they use glass to maximum the use of the natural light

 

In Industrial revolution  ALEXANDER GUSTAVE EIFFEL ,he design Eiffel tower  , it was build for communication tower.

it has inclined elevator

CRYSTAL PALACE

it was design by well known architect at that era Arch. Joseph Paxton.

this is were the engineering and architects work together

SPACE FRAMING it was use in structures in this era.

 

I can say that know I can truly see the evolution of the architecture from the prehistoric up to modern.. I’m excited to see more evolution of architecture in the future….


 

MEDITERRANEAN

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Architecture in movies, is a way of expressing once creative mind for their works of art . and it also showcase the culture and the tradition of a country.

Just like in the movie we watched in our class, Letters to Juliet , it shows not only young and old romantic love story, it is a adventure to find  Claire’s lost love. What made it special? Is the settings which was held in Verona, Italy. It has shown the beautiful Mediterranean Architecture in Italy.

To be honest I’m not familiar in Mediterranean Architecture or what it is.. but I’m familiar of its features and style but I’m not aware that is a Mediterranean Architecture until we discuss it on HSTARC2 thanks to Sir Karlo now I know what is Mediterranean Architecture.

Mediterranean commonly known as the term for middle or center of the earth.

Countries like Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria popularized Mediterranean Architecture.

Mediterranean architecture was extremely popular between the years 1915 and 1940.

Mediterranean Architecture is well known for its features:

Vibrant colors

Vibrant colors such as orange, pink, yellow and green make structures look lively and artistic.

Narrow Streets

Tegula Roof Tiles

Light

They introduce the stylish light post which added the elegance during the night.

Mediterranean Windows

Mediterranean Windows have panels and it is all so one of the famous features of this period.

Al Fresco

In this movie I felt like I was on a Field Trip in Verona, Italy. Because I really appreciate  and love all of their features. I like how they work on to our  nature, embracing the beauty of our wonderful nature.