2013 Spring Semester Portfolio

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Work from the Spring semester of my freshman year at the University of Cincinnati.

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CM Chelsea Moore First-year SAID Spring 2013CMContents 2 Site Analysis 8 Unit Wall 12 Living WallCMSite Analysis For this project we were placed into groups of three and then assigned abuilding on campus. We were to sketch,diagram, draft, and photograph thebuilding in relation to three words: threshold, promenade, and arrival. The building assigned to my group was Blegen (Classics Library). Group Members: Caleb Lang,Kevin Goldstein CM26 by 6 Ink on BristolCM 3DiagramsArrivalThreshold Promenade6 by 6Graphite on BristolCM4Sketches1/2 = 1 Hand DraftedInk on Mylar CM 5DrawingsCM6Based on the site, I created an axonometric drawing on mylar that abstracted the space. From this drawing, I crafted a 12 x 12construction out of basswood. Axon ConstructionFrom the basswood construction we were to create an item out of a material of our choosing that became something other and saidsomething more about thebuilding. Made of a two tone bain board. CM 7InsertUnit WallThis was a large group project in which we were to create a screen wall made of the same unit and that unit only. The screen was to have at least three differentorientations and each orientation was to be fifty percent solid and fifty percent void. The units could be made of any material of the groups choosing. Group Members: Michael Ferguson, Lexi Schmidt, Kevin Goldstein, Ali Chidester, Ben Blake, Yicong Wang, Ashlyn Farwell,Savanah Lee, Daham MarapaneCM8CM 96 by 6 Bristol, ChipboardProposals CM10After one unit was chosen, the design was further developed and material studies were executed todetermine what would be most effective. IterationsCM 11Unit Wall Final 3/4 MDF1/2 PlywoodLiving WallEach section of the studio was to create an eight foot by eight foot construction made of only two by fours and half inch thick MDF. Each section had to work with their neighbors to coordinate possible connections and to create unity. Within these constructions, we were to focus on promenade, view, and rest. CM12CM 13The studio section was broken down into various design groups to propose ideas that focused on the program. 6 by 6 12 by 12 Basswood, ChipboardSketch ModelsCM141 1/2 = 1drawings of floor plan, elevations, and section cuts. Ink on newsprintDrawingsFinal ConstructionCM 15