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Wall and Field Model The design rose out from the path indicated with the texture through the transparent field The wall or context became the path and herewith controlled the boarders and the edges of the field Five moments divided and separated by the context emerged as the field Most important and obvious moment lies horizontally and centralized while taking part in three functions separating the field connecting the context and unifying the wall with the field Layering The spatial structures are implied as they occur by planes and lines Consequently layering is only used for detail ContrastField as a mass a plane texture or space compliment the context accordingly through matching ideas CompressionUsing the field to wrap the context created dense spaces and compression Further compression was applied by constructing the wall in smaller scale Perspective Drawings The three views were selected to demonstrate most of the context and its ideas in connection to each other Based on the model yet necessary additions had to be added to the drawings f ex a window so crucial information can be visual through a plane LayeringSpace and flat surface layering visually add movement In doing so those areas become occupyable ContrastUsing line weight the drawings gained depth This contrast in addition to diagrammatic detail with solid surfaces creates a three-dimensional space CompressionBy narrowing the area and reducing the scale the context experienced density Elements had to be forced into small space which added compression and complexity Door Stair and Window Model Carving of the base allowed the model to emerge from within One threshold controlled the construction around it The light and circulation influenced the design Color was added to the model to emphasize and stress an idea It becomes active as it is exposed to the light LayeringThe spaces and elements of the model are massive
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