CINEMA FINAL REVIEW

Pencils are officially down and your names have been pinned to a specific board.  Everyone must be pinned up by 1pm.  I will be in the studio tomorrow morning to arrange the space you will present in.  Attached are the Cinema Final Review requirements I gave to your reviewers.  Use the requirements as a reference to prepare for the review.  Get some rest and I will see you all tomorrow!

 

FINAL REVIEW ORDER

PENCILS DOWN @ 5:00PM ON SATURDAY, APRIL 26TH.  ALL WORK MUST BE PRINTED BY 1:00PM ON MONDAY, APRIL 28TH…

Shawn Barron                1:00 pm

Anthony Dyk                  1:16 pm

Ashlee Wilber                1:32 pm

Kristie Moss                   1:48 pm

Spencer Sommers         2:04 pm

Elisa Stamatakis             2:20 pm

Ansley Prodoehl             2:46 pm

 

– BREAK –                        3:02 pm

 

Ethan Millar                   3:18 pm

Godwin Annin                3:34 pm

McKenzie Hengel           3:50 pm

Kyle McCurry                  4:06 pm

Daniel Wevik                   4:22 pm

Alex Krug                        4:38 pm

 

DRAWING QUALITY

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From GSD Platforms 4

For Monday, you are working on the quality of your drawings.  Every line in the drawing counts and will establish a different reading of the drawing.

I have posted your review drawings to our North Wall and I left Building Constructed Illustrated in the studio.  Please refer to your Materials, Structures, and Standards book if you have questions.  While you can draft in Adobe Illustrator, keep in mind it is less efficient than AutoCAD or Rhino.  It is not a CAD software.

Also, attached is the Cinema Drawing Checklist , Cinema Standards, and links to GSD Platform 4 and GSD Platform  5 on Issuu.

DUE FOR MONDAY 04.14.2014

1- One (1) Excellent Section:
– Cut one section through the screening room to show how the seating works
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

2- One (1) Excellent Elevation:
– Elevation must include the entire cinema
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

3- One (1) Paragraph:
– Less than 100 words
– Explains your concept

DRAWINGS, DRAWINGS, AND MORE DRAWINGS

After today’s review, gather the comments and notes taken by your classmates on the work you presented.  You will push your drawings for Friday.  You are expected to complete…

1- Site Plan of the Cinema & Pioneer Park (1 Site Plan):
– Be sure to include the buildable site as well as Pioneer Park
– This is more diagrammatic-it is intended to show the relationship of the cinema to the site
– Scale is 1/64″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!

2- Plans of the Cinema (1 or more Plans):
– Be sure to include site context
– If you have multiple levels, draw a plan of each level
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

3- Sections of the Cinema (2 Sections):
– You must have two (2) sections
– Cut at least one section through the screening room
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

4- Elevations of the Screening Room (2 Elevations):
– You must have two (2) elevations
– Elevations include the Screening Room only
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

FRIDAY WILL BE A WORK DAY.  THESE MUST BE PRINTED OR HAND DRAWN BY 5PM!!!

REVIEW W/BRIAN REX _ WEDNESDAY 04.09.2014

Smith House Lower Level Plan
Smith House Middle Level Plan

Smith House Middle Upper Level Plan
Smith House Drawings by Richard Meier Architects

WEDNESDAY REVIEW
On Wednesday 04/09 Brian Rex will join us for a review of your work.  This is a moment to pause and reflect upon your work before the end of the semester push.  We will discuss your drawings, but we will also discuss how you got there.  You will present in pairs.  Each person will present for 3 minutes and then we will discuss the work.

Due for Tomorrow….

1- Plans of the Cinema:
– Be sure to include site context
– If you have multiple levels, draw a plan of each level
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

2- Section of the Cinema:
– Cut through the screening room
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

3- Elevations of the Screening Room:
– You must have two (2) elevations
– Elevations include the Screening Room only
– Scale is 1/16″ = 1′-0
– You may draw by hand or digitally – THE DRAWINGS MUST BE LEGIBLE!!!
– Look at Richard Meier’s drawings for help

What to bring…
– The drawings listed above: THESE MUST BE DRAWN OR PRINTED BY 2PM!!!
– A clear concept (write this down if you need to)
– Cinema & Site Frame models (1/32″ models of the Site & Cinema)
– Screening Room Frame & Enclosure models (1/8″ models of the Screening Room)

Bring any additional work that you think is relevant in order to support your project.

Questions we have discussed…
– What are the frames of sequence in Pioneer Park?
– How do these frames relate to the sequences in the interior screening room/control room & their adjacent spaces?
– What events/activities take place in these frames of sequence?
– How does one span a large space, without disrupting viewing angles?