Final massing model completed. Should have tried to finish this off much earlier than this but alas was not able. Need to take a video of this. Really helped me firm up ideas around treatment of the elevation and how new insertions manifest themselves amongst the ruins.
Love this Hanoi cafe! The materiality of the space is brilliant and it has an aquaponics farm in it. This has given me a more solid idea of how more permanent new features built into and around the ruins may be formed, in contrast to the delicate touch where elements navigate the ruins elsewhere.… Continue reading Precedent | Koi Cafe in Hanoi | Farming Architects
T7a Technology – Project Related Report for my Winchester Horticultural City Head Quarters project. Looking at how the architectural language of the project may use reeds in its construction to reinforce the theoretical and phenomenological stances. Uploaded to issuu as ususal… https://issuu.com/timothyphilipgentry/docs/t7a_technology_project_related_repo
Revised issue of my D6 Brief uploaded to issuu for one and all to read. 'Next Steps' section little out-of date. All up-to-date. https://issuu.com/timothyphilipgentry/docs/d6___winchester_horticultural_city_
Extract from my project-related cultural context report (David Chipperfield Architects images seen on their website using this link): The Neues Museum in Berlin illustrates how a variety of conservation processes may be employed harmoniously to complement each other where a variety of different conditions exist on the same site. It has been ‘conserved, rehabilitated, reconstructed and… Continue reading Precedent | Neues Museum by David Chipperfield Architects with Julian Harrap
Extract from my project-related cultural context report (images from the Architecture Norway website via this link): A couple of parallels can be drawn between the brief and the work of Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn. First and foremost, his general working methodology shares a common thread with the project as he adopts narratives to guide the… Continue reading Precedent | Hedmark Museum by Sverre Fehn