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ARC255 Architectural Design
Using the principles of form, construct one or more additive form, a subtractive form, and a form that is both additive and subtractive, mass forms and void forms, cube and rectangular forms, cylinder and sphere forms, pyramid, and wedge forms. Each of the forms must be related to one another and must interact, interlock, and create spaces and objects.
Using the principles of making space and volume, construct one or more of the following: a space that is (a) space within a space; (b) space overlapping a space; (c) space abutting a space. Each of the volumes and spaces must be related to one another and must interact and create a series of spaces and places
Using the principles of defining space with vertical planes, construct one or more spatial volumes using: a vertical plane, an "L" shaped plane, parallel planes, a "U" shaped plane, and a space defined by 4 sides. In addition, the following spatial constructions should include spatial relationships: (a) space within a space; (b) space overlapping a space; (c) space abutting a space. Each of the spaces should be related to one another and must interact and create a series of spaces and places
A newly formed yacht club has asked you to design their club house and facilities on the shore of Long Island Sound. The club specifically wants to take advantage of the views of the sound and the distant Connecticut shore.
A portrait painter has commissioned you to design a small residence for a family of three along with a detached studio. The house will be located on a corner lot in a new and architecturally undefined neighborhood. The family also requires a detached garage. The Owner specifically request that the three major elements, house, garage and studio be architecturally related
Detail 1: Light Gauge Steel Detail
Detail 2 - Roof Framing Top Plate Junction with ICF Wall
Detail 3: Steel Stud Parapet
Detail 4: Stand-Offs for Relieving Angle