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Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012
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Anne Fougeron at Stanford 2012

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Anne Fougeron (San Francisco architect) at the SMMMASH 2012 www.scaruffi.com/stanford/tour2012.html

Anne Fougeron (San Francisco architect) at the SMMMASH 2012 www.scaruffi.com/stanford/tour2012.html

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  1. FO U G ER O N SPACE ARCHITECTURE
  2. Space has always been the spiritual dimension of architecture. It is not the physical statementof the structure so much as what it contains that moves us. Arthur Erickson
  3. 6 11 2 3 LEVEL 3 FLOOR PLANS 4 10 7 ENTRY 1 DECK 2 2 2 BRIDGE 3 LIVING 4 BEDROOM 5 LEVEL 2 MASTER BEDROOM 6 ARTIST’S STUDIO 7 GARAGE 8 COURTYARD 9 9 5 5 9 8 KITCHEN 10 STUDY 11 5 1THE COURTYARD HOUSE 0 16’ LEVEL 1
  4. CONCEPTUAL DIAGRAMOPEN SPACECIRCULATION AXIS
  5. STAIRCASE WEAVING RAIL CLIENT PAINTING: FABRIC & WEAVE
  6. architecture is the play of forms under light
  7. DIAGRAM: REFRACTED COLORED LIGHT ON WHITE WALLS WITH CHANGING HUES 11 3 3 3 4 4 3 2 FLOOR PLAN 7 9 6 5 01 OFFICE 02 WORKSTATIONS 03 EXAM ROOMS 04 EXAM/SURGERY 05 RECOVERY 8 06 LAB 07 RECEPTION 08 WAITING ROOM 1 1 1 10 09 COURTYARD 10 STAFF LOUNGE 11 FILESFLOOR PLAN: CORRESPONDING TO REFRACTED LIGHT DIAGRAM
  8. AXONOMETRIC: SKYLIGHT DIAGRAM
  9. I placed a jar in Tennessee,And round it was, upon a hill.It made the slovenly wildernessSurround that hill.The wilderness rose up to it,And sprawled around, no longer wild.The jar was round upon the groundAnd tall and of a port in air.It took dominion every where.The jar was gray and bare.It did not give of bird or bush,Like nothing else in Tennessee.Anecdote of a Jar : Wallace Stevens TENSION TRANSFORMATION: FORCES OF NATURETension/Transformation: Forces of Nature
  10. MOUNTAIN CREEK SITE PLAN0 184’

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