a drawing… in no particular order

At some point I may re-order the content to form more of a logical progression through the project, but for now i’m adding things as they appear relevant.

The courtyard plan shows the hull in its ‘reality’; its ‘folded’ state. The plan also begins to address the project’s attitude to the existing tenement; in places such as the hull, the form is generated by the need to be held back, to allow the act of the voyeur. While in others, the project disregards existing boundaries, breaking into & taking over.

[While the aim of this blog is to highlight some of the more interesting ways of representing architectural space & the role the imagination can have, a standard drawing here & there is always good as a reference]


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