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“I begin with an idea, and then it becomes something else”- Pablo Picasso -
Overlaying History Map of Concrete Lawn, University of Melbourne from 1919 to 2016
2.0 SPATIAL COMPOSITION Inspired by the Lotus flower from Hinduism architecture, the design depicts the Lotus pedals by arranging simple square shapes in a complex and symmetrical order.
Despite its angled and sharp ge-ometry, the design, as a whole, still gives a sense of tenderness and fragility.
FRAME AND GRID
title3.0 LANDFORMING The design reflects a marine system with the image of fish gills vaguely appearing within the ocean wave.
The space in between ressem-bles the image of broken system and draw up an uncertain future.
THE OCEAN WAVE
THE BROKEN MARINE
4.0 ASSEMBLAGE - GRAFTING
Combining previous models by grafting techniques, the design tells a tragic story of Japan under the tsunami wave. However, with stregth and bravery, Japanese people have never been destroyed and the Japanese spirit ( Yamto-Damashii) is burning eternally.
FRONT VIEW TOP VIEW SIDE VIEW
THE FLYING HOPEIn 2200, when the Earth has been severely destroyed by pollution and disasters, people have to fight each other for oxygen, living space, food and water. A group of people decided to take refugee to another planet by building a flying ship. This ship can provide accommodation for up to 10 000 people and travel as fast as light. Eventually the group of refugees wanders from planets to planets in order to find the second Earth. In the condition of no gravity and lack of oxygen, the ship has to be tied down to the surface by metal chains and when the great flood comes it will flow above the water.
Images from http://yakuza-mob-roleplay.wikia.com/wiki/File:Destroyed_city_of_Future.jpg
5.0 SPATIAL- TEMPORAL NARRATIVETHE FLYING HOPE
6.0 SUPERIMPOSITION COLLAGE
7.0 EXPERIENCE COLLAGE
SECTIONAT SCALE 1:100TRINH PHAM784173
8.0 FINAL PROJECT - CONCRETE
SIDE VIEWSIDE VIEW
8.0 FINAL PROJECT
PARTIAL SECTION @ SCALE 1:50
LIGHT CONCRETESEMI PRIVACY
PSEUDO PUBLIC SPACE
8.0 FINAL PROJECTMSD
PLAN @ SCALE1:200
8.0 FINAL PROJECT
SECTION AA@ SCALE 1:100