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Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
Seattle Design Charette
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Seattle Design Charette

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May 2, 2012 …

May 2, 2012
IAT 233: Spatial Design
A weekend competition of a large class, split up into many groups of 4, selected a site in Seattle and design the concept of a building for the area. Minimal sleep that weekend. We worked in groups in hotel rooms.

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  • 1. SEATTLE DESIGN CHARETTE PRESENTATION FRAMEWORK PRESECDENTS PROPOSED SITE WALK THROUGH CONCLUSION
  • 2. FRAMEWORK MODEL 1 Toolbox: Searching for architectural elements that evoke emotions 2 Precedents: Architects we relied on through ideation process. 3 Site Observation: Who will use our building? How do they behave? 4 Program: What is our building’s purpose? 5 FORM IDEATION
  • 3. PRECEDENTS Chapel St. Ignatius Seattle Central Library Olympic Sculpture Park
  • 4. Our Site Our Pavilion site Myrtle Edwards Park Olympic Sculpture Park Olympic Sculpture Park SITE SELECTION
  • 5. SITE PERSPECTIVE APPROACH
  • 6. PROGRAM in space PRIVATE OR FLEXIBLE SPACE VIEWING BATHROOMS LECTURE AREA
  • 7. Entrance
  • 8. walkway
  • 9. Kiosk
  • 10. Stairway
  • 11. Viewpoint
  • 12. Private Space
  • 13. CONCLUSION

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