Studio work // summer semester 2014

And final poster with all works including short bio about Norman Foster, inspirations and picture showing location for the pavilion.
Base colours are black and white with little red for first 2 parts. Of coure if I had 1-2 more days I would care more about the graphic of whole poster but in the end I was glad I finished cubes and model for pavilion during the night before deadline.
Many things and ways of creating has been learned and so I hope it push myself. Of course if I had like one more month I’ll bring each works to it’s perfection but nevertheless I’ve been trying to work as much as I could with all other work I had at school.

Can’t wait for another studio next semester and until that I’m about to read some theoretical books about architecture (because it’s not about what you learn at school but about an extra work you do yourself :) )

Studio work // summer semester 2014

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(Conceptual) pavilion located next to National technical library in Prague. Scale 1:50

Because during whole work the organic parts was the best ones I decided to keep this shape for pavilion. Ground plan was creating the same way as I did the first organic composition with originally flat rooftop. During one consultation I’ve been told that there’s a missing of volume so for last 2 weeks before deadline I’ve been trying many ways how to roof pavilion and bring a volume. Basically I’ve ended somewhere between gothic groin vault and how N.Foster roofed British museum or  King’s Cross railway station. Pavilion is simply while and semi-transparent due to the location. Studio work // summer semester 2014

4th

(Conceptual) pavilion located next to National technical library in Prague. Scale 1:50

Because during whole work the organic parts was the best ones I decided to keep this shape for pavilion. Ground plan was creating the same way as I did the first organic composition with originally flat rooftop. During one consultation I’ve been told that there’s a missing of volume so for last 2 weeks before deadline I’ve been trying many ways how to roof pavilion and bring a volume. Basically I’ve ended somewhere between gothic groin vault and how N.Foster roofed British museum or  King’s Cross railway station. Pavilion is simply while and semi-transparent due to the location. Studio work // summer semester 2014

4th

(Conceptual) pavilion located next to National technical library in Prague. Scale 1:50

Because during whole work the organic parts was the best ones I decided to keep this shape for pavilion. Ground plan was creating the same way as I did the first organic composition with originally flat rooftop. During one consultation I’ve been told that there’s a missing of volume so for last 2 weeks before deadline I’ve been trying many ways how to roof pavilion and bring a volume. Basically I’ve ended somewhere between gothic groin vault and how N.Foster roofed British museum or  King’s Cross railway station. Pavilion is simply while and semi-transparent due to the location.

Studio work // summer semester 2014

4th

(Conceptual) pavilion located next to National technical library in Prague. Scale 1:50

Because during whole work the organic parts was the best ones I decided to keep this shape for pavilion. Ground plan was creating the same way as I did the first organic composition with originally flat rooftop. During one consultation I’ve been told that there’s a missing of volume so for last 2 weeks before deadline I’ve been trying many ways how to roof pavilion and bring a volume. Basically I’ve ended somewhere between gothic groin vault and how N.Foster roofed British museum or King’s Cross railway station. Pavilion is simply while and semi-transparent due to the location.

Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it

Studio work // summer semester 2014

3rd

Two 3D boxes (spatial compositions) - right-angled, diagonal

Unfortunately I damaged the second cube when I was taking my poster down at school so you can only see the first progress image of it

Studio work // summer semester 2014

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Three reliefs (plastic compositions) which came from 1st part of work Studio work // summer semester 2014

2nd

Three reliefs (plastic compositions) which came from 1st part of work Studio work // summer semester 2014

2nd

Three reliefs (plastic compositions) which came from 1st part of work

Studio work // summer semester 2014

2nd

Three reliefs (plastic compositions) which came from 1st part of work

Studio work // summer semester 2014

1st

Three 2D abstract compositions - right-angled, diagonal, organic


(Sorry for images quality) Studio work // summer semester 2014

1st

Three 2D abstract compositions - right-angled, diagonal, organic


(Sorry for images quality) Studio work // summer semester 2014

1st

Three 2D abstract compositions - right-angled, diagonal, organic


(Sorry for images quality)

Studio work // summer semester 2014

1st

Three 2D abstract compositions - right-angled, diagonal, organic


(Sorry for images quality)

hommeanddesign:

Geometric Himmeli mobiles in the Finnish tradition. hommeanddesign:

Geometric Himmeli mobiles in the Finnish tradition. hommeanddesign:

Geometric Himmeli mobiles in the Finnish tradition.
cariland71:

Cari Inspiration

Interior

cariland71:

Cari Inspiration

Interior

der-gorgonaut:

microcosm // middle of 2014 // panasonic dmc-zs15 (by Georg Nickolaus)

(via architectureofdoom)

“I would never wear anything with a logo. That I really find difficult. It’s a frustration that I’ll find a nice shirt or something and it’s got 50 prints of the logo on it - why do they do this?”

Norman Foster.

(sums up my life pretty much these days)

Estudio Nomada - A Cantina

pic by Héctor Santos-Díez