Category Archives: IAR 102

The Rules of IARC

While writing this reflection upon the past week I would like to in keep with a theme. Seeming as the Beaux Arts Ball is swiftly approaching, and the theme is the rules of IARC, I will not be writing the … Continue reading

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Loading Dock Project: A Unity Of Opposite Ideas

My Final Presentation! My final presentation includes a final 3D model of my space, the three final hand rendered perspectives along with three final sketch up views, the final set if section elevations, final plan drawings for both floors, and … Continue reading

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Loading Dock Project: Working Towards the Final

It was during this stage where I stated redoing my three perspectives for my final presentation. Because these images were to hand rendered, I sprung at the opportunity to a more artistic approach in the way I would portray the … Continue reading

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Loading Dock Project: Precedents in Design

The second step to this project was to find a designer/artist who we would design the space for, and/or use their work as an influence in our design for the space. I chose Don Ed Hardy, a Japanese trained tattoo … Continue reading

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The Loading Dock Project: First Steps

For this assignment first years were split up into two groups and we were to measure and draw plans and elevations from our measurements. We were assigned either the loading dock or the administrative offices in our building ( Gatewood … Continue reading

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5 Line Drawing Exercise

This assignment was given to us to go along with our discussion of symphony in design ( all the elements working together to create one fluid design). In this exercise the challenge was to combine the use of both our … Continue reading

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The Window Project

For this project we were to create two distinct moments of light within one of the windows on the east wall of the studio space. The material of choice…. cardboard. But the real challenge was the fact that we were … Continue reading

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