Before the survey, I researched the measured building survey. The origin of word comes from French language “Relevé”. Relevé is an architectural scale drawing of an existing structure. It is a 2D drawings included plans, elevations, sections…It is used in restoration projects or to investigate the texture of the city. There are three kinds of Relevé in terms of usage and measurement. The first thing is drawing detailed plans. It is also important to know why you are measuring the building as this will determine how detailed your final drawings will need to be.
Before the measurement, it is looked around the entire building first, and understand layout where rooms, stairs…In the plan drawing, start from staircases as a centre of the building and you should develop the drawing around it. Also, don’t forget to measure ceiling heights, and if possible pick up the floor thickness (usually possible to do in a stair area), which will help with elevations and sections. Make a note of wall thicknesses, which will vary internally and externally. The hardest drawings are sections. Each floor draw clearly ( related each other) then, draw a section included the staircase. The easiest drawing is the elevation.
In this assignment, we are going to study on the detailed model we have produced in ARCH 201 course. One of the detailed models will be selected and produced in 1/10- 1/20 or 1/50 scale, where the main motivation will … Continue reading →
After the pre-jury, I started to study and think on my project and i decided to make some changes according to my instructors saying. Also, i continued to make new spaces and roads. My topography was in a bad condition towards the end of the term (as can be seen in the pictures :D) I changed the shape of stairs to provide same language as a whole.
Some spaces were combining in a point, but i decided to combine intersecting to spaces. With this way, load bearing elements eased bearing the loads and they became more durable.
Cloaked in Bricks/ Admun Design & Construction Studio, Iran, 2015.
Kengo KUma, SunnyHills at Miami-Aoyama, Japan, 2013.
Trail Restroom/ Miro Rivera Architects, Austin.
We analysed spatial, physical, structural, material qualities of different enclosure achieved by different walls and their spatial effects in the projects given us. We defined space like layering, seperating, dividing, enclosing, containing…etc. Then, I documented these analyses through drawing & sketches in my ADS and after that, i produced three detail models listed and showed above in 1/5 scale that show their qualities.