Summarising my Assembly Tower Project
The client I have chosen to select is a multi-disciplinary artist, which wants to create multimedia pieces that are influences by the sun pattern and the reflection of the Bristol Channel. The artist creates these trinkets that are able to hang from a window, which then alters the colour of the sun as it penetrates though it. The artist would like to create sell and package the pieces from the building and using the internet to accesses her online shop.
Over the course of this project I went through a series of stages that I am about to brake down in this very blog.
To start of this project I viewed the building itself before hand and started to draw the current plans of the host building I then a series of mood bored below:
From that I then broke my building down to what furniture I need within the space to allow my client to function, what equipment need and what material need to be stored.
After finalising what I need within the space, I then started to draw different furniture within the building on top of photos I already had taken. I called these concepts. These are the concept I created:
I have ladled and annotated both concepts to its fullest potential.
Due to what my client did for a living I needed to look in to the sun pattern of the building, to see if the interior would work all year round. Because of the tricky sun pattern I created a couple of plans for the building but nothing fitted until I made one of the walls in to solid foldable glass. It then made it possible for the furniture that needed to be in the space, was able to be placed outside during exhibition that my client puts on ad rent the space for extra income.
I have created final Plan, Sections, AXO’s and one point prospective to allow you to see my envision.