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bunker hill - final model 3
As evidenced by the saggy crookedness of parts of this model, this was my first proper experience building with chipboard - but it's a lovely modeling medium, especially with my beefy new #2 X-Acto knife (for medium and heavy materials). The nice thing about chipboard is that it's firmer and thicker than Bristol board, meaning that it's not only a lot easier to build with (especially when gluing on the short dimension), it's better-suited to representing actual buildings, since walls and floors have thickness. At 1/8 scale (that is, one-eighth inch in model equals one foot in our imagination of the "real" building), a 1/16"-thick piece of chipboard is 6" thick in scale...more or less the thickness of stud wall construction in 2x4s. Two pieces layered together is a foot thick, more or less the thickness of a floor/ceiling.
This model (although not this photo so much) is intended to showcase the main driving ideas of the final design:
1) Transition in massing from two-story building (to match what's across the street in the back) to four-story building (to match what's next door in front). Note that a grade change of +9' from back to front means that an entire story can be sunken below the sidewalk in front. The transition in massing not only serves the neighborhood context, it also makes possible a distinct, exterior-visible space recognizable as a separate apartment for Grandpa, and a series of exterior terraces serving different functions and setting up the required extra staircase for fire egress.
2) Massive cuts into public floor space in the interior to enable light from a top-story sunroom (and a skylight) to reach diagonally all the way to the basement library. This is more feasible on our site than others, simply because the square footage to start out with is absolutely massive, far greater than that required by the program. (One of the guest judges was repeatedly surprised that all of us filled up the entire site, rather than simply having less building, given all the surplus space.) The circulation around and up through these cuts also begins to organize program, with formal and public functions (library, living room, dining room, sunroom, guest bedroom) directly accessible off the main staircase; private bedrooms and the kitchen require turning off to the side from the landings.
At final review, the main thrust of the commentary was that, aside from the massive sectional moments in the middle (described, not positively, as an "atrium"), there's nothing at all going on sectionally: all the bedrooms and other spaces outside of the big open area have identical heights and similar volumes. Guest judge Marshall sested taking my contextual cues one step further, picking up on the sectionally offset buildings across the side street. In theory, much more richness might be found in the cross between their patterns and the transitional pattern I was already working with. I'd briefly considered this avenue before, but found it somewhat hard to work with, and my tentative steps in this direction had been considered "fussy" by Jackie. But I think the proposition has merit and the stack-of-pancakes section is undoubtedly a problem.
You can always, of course, make the Fallingwater argument. The bedrooms at Fallingwater are notoriously ungenerous - one is basically a closet large enough for a bed. Wright's idea was that when you have this lovely landscape and amazing public space, why would you want a generous private space? Go mingle with the family! Be with nature! To a large extent I think Wright is correct - but I'm also not as good as Wright, and I think the case could be made that in practice the giant section here might not be all that great. Certainly it'd be rough on the heating bills, south-facing light or no. And while there are some slots of 2- and 3-story space, in general you are either in 1-story pancake space or giant skylight space. A system whose logic and rhythms produced some coherent volumes at medium scales would have been a lovely thing to come upon.
Also, while I'm pleased I did in the end make the basement library something that would actually be rather nice to inhabit, the schemes of my classmates that I liked the best were the ones with two- or three-story libraries - Casey's cube and Missy's serial loft design both. Casey's (as usual) was one of the best designs in terms of the way the basic form/facade organizes the program: the library cube is detached from the main pavilion, and elevated one story, creating a carport/patio and giving the collection of rare books a distinct and celebrated position. Meanwhile, the library cube is mirrored by a matching cube of public space in the main building, linking it all together and providing two very nice spaces in the process. Missy's scheme also had the library as a distinct pavilion at one end of the house, but as a thr
12 Round Chipboard Epoxy Button Embellishments with Journaling Tag and Coordinating Floss-Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend
12 VERY BIG Chipboard Epoxy Button Embellishments with a Journaling Tag and Coordinating Floss for all your crafting needs. Especially great for paper crafters. Found in my store along with several other styles, check profile for address.
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