Rooms - Week 4

Par Alex O, Alexandre, 21/03/16

Basing our work on the previously defined groups, we decided to achieve a certain centrality within the protostructure, as moving from aperture to aperture to see each and every group defeats the purpose of having absolute vision on every single group from a single position. We therefore observed existing elements where the user is in direct relation with the object. Increasing the scale still allows for such an interrelation between two distinct structures.

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The main goal was to make the previously designed space(s) infinitely smaller until it is based off a single point instead of a surface area. Of course, a secondary goal was set to reduce the amount of apertures but still be able to aim at (in the best case) all of the group areas.

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Construction drawing

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Of course, absolute vision of each and every group, via a simple central object isn't enough. To maintain such a vision, one would need to cut whole cones out of the protostructure (which is evidentally not possible tectonically). Along with the "booled out" protostructure and the vision modifiers of the object, one gets the intended method of viewing.

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