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Nicholas Socrates' Architecture and Urban Design Portfolio 2013

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  • 1. GPGPGPPostsPathHarbourWalkHarbourWalkPlinthEl Sub StaThe Create Environment CentreBristol Record OfficeWarehouse36Maritime2438NapierCourt1322128Works21259694Heritage33PH130237to12172332RowingClubCrane20133Centre12338HopeCourt2724101224Museum131251337Works31WorksPHTk19119272931151140PortlandCourt11134Works33to44WorksWorksPC31Works1022Works120222612122403239Dockyard3612232El Sub Sta30Wapping1417(PH)24141722JohnCabotCourt303913Post131921Depot133715161225175 to1019Rescue1511Tk3610191623Warehouse201to12262525Cottage11192222241329EngineHouse26165to102932Club1131to362918Underfall Yard202421365to102714271214152031Hydraulic161230to3514(Sea Cadet Corps)20CourtTS Adventure233920WestbrookeCourt141a284027255to1028Water Leisure24OldDockCottages2637Hope1518Court23MeredithCourt26Centre25The15272228192812PH1816Inn3930to3513173029173837DealCottage38232121Weare18113818CumberlandPerretts CourtMerchants Row246El Sub Sta8614 to49Landmark CourtMuseumThe QuaysCourt1 to30819072Old Jail WorkshopsPC1 to12806617to34Westgate1 to1 to40Liberty GardensPennon Rise35to501to16913to61291 to84SteamshipHouseMuseumTrinMillsPH21Daubeny131 to176to12Court181to18El Sub Sta10ByzantineCourtMuseumMerrick Court1 to16BathurstParadeMerchantsHouseDepot12JubileeHouseASHMEADWAYPLACEGRENVILLECUMBERLANDROADBRUNSWICKPLACESMEATONROADMC ADAMWAYBRUNELLOCK ROADCUMBERLANDROADCANADAWAYGEFLECLOSEGASFERRYROADSYDNEY ROWMARDYKEFERRYROADCALEDONIANROADHANOVERPLACECANADAWAYBRUNEL LOCKROADMC ADAMWAYCUMBERLANDCLOSEASHTON AVENUECUMBERLAND ROADAVONCRESCENTNOVASCOTIAPLACECUMBERLAND ROADCALEDONIAN ROADWAPPINGROADDRAYCOTPLACECHALLONER COURTCUMBERLAND ROADPiers(Swing)Swing-bridgeCnBollardsTCBBollardCaissonBollardsBollardBollardsChyJettyBollardsBollardsBollardsBollardsCaissonBollardFBFBCumberland Basin BridgeChyTCBStone(Swing)BollardsLBTravellingCranesCraneBolBollardsBollardsBolSluiceSluiceEl Sub StaSubElStaBollardsBolsCnBolBollardsBolBollardsCnBolsBollardsCnMudMudMudMudMudSMSMSlopingmasonryMean High WaterMeanHighWaterMean Low Water SpringsMean High WaterMLWMudMudMean LowWaterCar ParkSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySMSlopingmasonrySlopingmasonrySubSSGreat BritainSlipwaySMElSMGravingDockStaSMChatham WharfPatentSlip(Activities Centre)SlipwayCar ParkSlipwayAvon QuayEl SubStaCaravan SiteSlopingmasonrySMSMSMSMSMSMCar ParkSMCar ParkCar ParkBalticWharfBaltic WharfCar ParkSlopingmasonryBathurst WharfSMSM9.1m9.4m9.1m10.4m8.5m9.1m9.4m8.5m9.4m8.2m13.7m14.9m14.0m9.4m9.4m10.7m12.5mWappingRailwayWharfRailway(disused)MPWappingRailwayWharfAlbion Docks BoatyardWharfWharfPrincesWharfWapping Railway WharfMerchants QuayPrincesWharfBuildingsPathsGreenLanesN1:50002527SlopingmasonryARoadMainRoadsMinorRoadsLanesPathsLanesBuildingsBuildingsLanesBackGardensRestrictedAreasRestrictedRoadSemiPublicPathsCaravanParkGreenSUBSTANTIVE ACCOUNTAs part of our Studio B site anaylsis, I was set the task to ‘map’ the ‘transportation and communication’ within Spike Island.METHODOLOGICAL ACCOUNTFrom a DWG site plan of Spike Island, in Archicad, I started separating areas into their different functions and uses. I made one ‘map’ with alluses on it and I put each separate use on its own layer. From this one drawing with lots of information - I could then turn off other layers topoduce a series of drawings which communicated different functions and usesANALYTICAL ACCOUNTBecasue of the amibguity of the spaces on Spike Island - mapping the pedestrian routes was not always straight forward. For example thepedestrian route or desire way may include cutting through a carpark or an unused/undesignated space. This unplanned aspect to theisland I found quite refreshing. Figure grounds are interesting, but perhaps not always useful. I combined the layers of the figure groundwith the houses back gardens and also restricted zones physical and psychological.The diagram which explodes these different ‘maps’ upwards - I found not really necessary and it was easier to view these drawingsindividually on plan view.SPIKE ISLAND SITE ANALYSIS
  • 2. Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C The drawingDo not scale this drawing - use dimensions only - all dimensions to be checked and
  • 3. Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C The drawingDo not scale this drawing - use dimensions only - all dimensions to be checked and
  • 4. Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C The drawingDo not scale this drawing - use dimensions only - all dimensions to be checked and
  • 5. Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C The drawingDo not scale this drawing - use dimensions only - all dimensions to be checked and
  • 6. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United Kingdom10810-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawings1081:30Concept Design108NB:· Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, Bristol
  • 7. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United KingdomLandscape 00110-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawingsLandscape 0011:30Concept DesignLandscape 001NB:· Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, Bristol
  • 8. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United KingdomLandscape 00210-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawingsLandscape 0021:30Concept DesignLandscape 002NB:· Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, Bristol
  • 9. 1005010 200cm.150scale / formatproject stage project numberclientreference filedrawing numbersubjectdatedrawing statuskey plan north arrowprojectonrevisionGavinConsulting EngineerJonoLouisDesign ConsultantUrban Design Consultantarchitecture designerrev. date drawn checkedThe TateTypical Facade Detail & SectionTate Bristol (Tate Digital)MArch Design Studio BBristol, United Kingdom11110-04-2013FINALA2X:2_C_Concept DesignDrawings1111:20Concept Design111NB:Inconsistencies in the drawing are inevitable due to the level of detail of stage C. The drawingwill be further defined/developed in stage D.Nicholas SocratesUWE, Bristol
  • 10. Generic AxonometryGeneric AxonometryGeneric AxonometryGeneric AxonometryGeneric AxonometryGeneric AxonometryExploded Axonometric
  • 11. Generic Axonometry 1:90.09Exploded Axonometric

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