Rainbow Weaving Art | Melbourne | Award-winning textile artist
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Presen board (Concept)
Presen board (Ground floor)
Presen board (First floor)
Presen board (Section A)
Presen board (Section B-Day time)
Presen board (Section B-Night time)
Presentation board (Perspectives)
Section B (Daytime appearance)
Section B (Night time appearance)
Perspective (Looking up the Meditation space from the ground floor)
Perspective (Looking at the Meditation space on the first floor)
Perspective (Looking at the Meditation space from the top of the staircase)
Meditation room on First floor (in a transparent walls/floor space)
Kitchen/Dining room on the ground floor
Work desk on the ground level (a pic of a black cat on the Mac computer)
From North west
Bathroom on the first floor
Stairs behind the timber wall
[16 SEP, 2014]Another couple sleepless nights… Now I’ve compleated rendering all my drawings, and then, mounted them onto the presentation boards. I had presented the boards to my teachers today!! I received pretty good feedbacks on them. It was tough process, but very rewarding. One more big presentation to do this Friday before my well-deserved 2 weeks school holiday!! (I sometimes have to catch up on my sleep!)
[3 SEP, 2014] I had worked all night to finish my 3D model for my Residential Design class presentation (Blue and green post-it notes were to indicate 1500mm height in the house). You can view the Brief, my design concept, and the concept models in my previous post.
This model was the biggest model I’ve made since I started my school in Feb 2014!!! Last semester, I had designed a kitchen and a bathroom–I wasn’t expected to design a two-storied house so soon!!!!!!!! I felt that this was a big leap in the degree of difficulty!!
There are still room for improvements, but I’m pretty happy with this considering it is only my 3rd model. I pasted printed-out image for timber walls, but I want to make more realistic timber walls next time (so that I can show the things behind the timber wall gaps) I’ll look for materials to make to do that–maybe bamboo?