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National Galleries Victoria
Pavilion Concept Design
Visual Communication and Design - Environments
NGV Architecture Commission Competition
Location: Grollo Equiset Garden at NGV
International
Since 2015, the NGV has hosted a competition
for Architects and Designers to create a design
to showcase at the Rooftop Garden at NGV
International.
As a designer, you are required to create your
own Pavilion (Shelter, Garden, or Interactive
Structure) to sit in this space. Your design may
focus on conceptual, material, experiential or
formal ideas. The design can be thought-
provoking, issues-led, immersive, or reflective.
Constraints and Considerations
Your audience for the design is primarily the
NGV visitors, Families, and art/architecture
enthusiasts.
Your final design must include the statue to the
left - Henry Moore, bronze sculpture, Draped
seated woman, 1958.
It can be the centre of your design and stand as
a feature, or it can sit beside your pavilion.
You must also consider how your design
incorporates sustainable practices. This could be
by using recycled materials, contribute to a
sustainable practice (water catchment system,
green roof, etc), or be able to be
reused/repurposed in the future.
The Site
The Grollo Equiset Garden
is a sculpture garden at the
back of NGV International.
Your overall site size for
your pavilion is 30mx30m.
Your pavilion may take up
the entire space, or you may
create pathways, seating,
garden spaces around your
pavilion to fill the site.
For the first task, select one project from the ‘NGV Architecture
Commission Competition’ or the ‘M-Pavilion Commission
Competition’.
View the ‘Precedent Projects’ PowerPoint to view the available
projects.
Once you have chosen your project, research the following
information and collate them into an A3 poster design.
Research Poster
o Name of the Project, Architect,
Competition/Client, Location
o Basic information about the
Architect
o Site plan
o Materials used
o Design decisions
o Relevant Imagery
Research
Gather images to inspire you for your own design.
Some areas you can explore are:
o Other M-Pavilion or NGV competition designs
o Site plans of pavilions/gardens/shelters
o Examples of models/sketch models
o Materials
Mood Board
Based off your findings from your research, create a
Mood Board depicting the aesthetic of the
site/structure you are working towards.
Brief
After you have finished your mood board, write a
project brief discussing the aesthetic of the
site/structure you are working towards designing.
You may use the worksheet to assist you.
Found Objects Collage
Grab a phone and an A3 piece of paper.
Step out of the classroom and onto the
school grounds.
Arrange found objects on the piece of
paper and take photos of 3D structures
or 2D ‘site plan’ collages.
Found objects could include rocks,
pebbles, leaves, bark, flowers, etc.
Paper Figure-Ground Collage
Using black paper, cut or tear shapes and
arrange them on a white A3 paper.
Look at combinations of shapes, how they sit
against one another, and think about what each
shape could represent from a bird’s eye view.
Shapes could represent:
o Garden Bed
o Seating
o Raised platforms
o Roof shape of Shelter
o Pool of Water
o Table
Visualisation Drawings
Look at your Collage pages and draw your ideas for your design. There
should be clear visual links to the collage (Annotate which collage you are
referencing in your drawing)
Start sketching other designs based off your mood board and research
images. These sketches can be 3D drawings of the overall structure/space or
2D plan drawings. Annotate your drawings with your thoughts/ideas/
improvements/issues/etc.
Think about how your design incorporates sustainable practices. This could
be by using recycled materials, contribute to a sustainable practice (water
catchment system, green roof, etc), or be reused/ repurposed in the future.
Sketch Model
Choose your favourite Design and
create it in 3D. The maximum
model size is 20x20x20cm.
A sketch model is a rough 3D
representation of your design
ideas.
Materials you can use:
Printing paper, cardboard, card,
masking tape, glue, box board,
sticks, foam, etc.
Gallery Walk
After your sketch models are complete, you will be
performing a gallery walk to analyse and evaluate
your peer’s work. You will then read your own
feedback and respond to it through a written
reflection and drawn responses.
Open the ‘Evaluation and Reflection’ PowerPoint
and follow the instructions.
Site Plan
On an A3 sheet of grid paper, Draw a 1:100 site plan (Bird’s
eye view) of your design.
1:100 means for every one centimetre you draw, that is one
metre in real life.
You can look at your sketch model from above and replicate
that shape on your page. Think about how big you want your
pavilion to be compared to a human. (People are around 45-
50cm wide from a bird's eye view).
Include any site context. This could include trees, seats, tables,
ground textures (Grass, soil, gravel, paths) or flowerbeds
Site Plan
Refinement
Scan your site plan onto your
laptop and trace over the lines with
the pen tool on Illustrator to create
a refined Site Plan drawing for your
Presentation Board.
You may use coloured textures or
linework textures.
Note: Make sure you record your
process by taking regular
screenshots
Final Architectural Model
It is time to create your final model for
your Pavilion Design at a scale of 1:50
or 1:100 depending on it’s size.
This model should be completed to a
well refined standard.
You may use any skills you have learnt
in the previous units to create your final
model. This includes 3D modelling/
printing, Lasercutting, and hand cutting.
Your model must sit on a ground plane
which shows the immediate site context
around your pavilion (you may use a
print out of your site plan as a base).
Materials Available:
- 3D Printing (PLA)
- Lasercutting
(Boxboard, acrylic,
timber)
- Balsa Wood
- Foamcore
- Card/Paper
- Sticks
Note: Make sure you record your process by
taking regular screenshots
Folio Checklist
Precedent Study:
- Pavilion research poster
(1-2 Pages)
Research:
- Primary and Secondary
Research:
o Pavilion designs
o Site plans of
pavilion/gardens
o Examples of
models/sketch models
- Mood board
o Site and design aesthetic
(3-4 Pages)
Collage:
- Found Object Collage
- Paper Figure-Ground Collage
(2-3 Pages)
Generation of ideas:
- Visualisation drawings:
o Shelter/Pavilion Designs
o Sustainability Ideas
o Links to collages
o Annotation!
(2-3 Pages)
Development of ideas:
- Sketch model of Pavilion Design
- Peer feedback, Written reflection,
Design Changes
- Site plan drawing of Pavilion
Design using conventions, scale and
symbols
(3-4 Pages)
Refinement of ideas:
- Refined Plan on Illustrator
- Refined 3D Architectural
Model of pavilion concept
design
- Screenshots/Photos
documenting your process
(4-5 Pages)
Final Presentations:
- Site Plan Presentation Board
- Architectural model
(2-3 Pages)
Overall Folio:
- Presentation / creativity
- Completion of all tasks
- Consistent development
- Handed in on time!
Discover Develop Deliver
Define
Brief:
- ‘Defining Brief Details’
Worksheet
(1-2 Pages)

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Digital Artifact 1 - 10VCD Environments Unit

  • 1. National Galleries Victoria Pavilion Concept Design Visual Communication and Design - Environments
  • 2. NGV Architecture Commission Competition Location: Grollo Equiset Garden at NGV International Since 2015, the NGV has hosted a competition for Architects and Designers to create a design to showcase at the Rooftop Garden at NGV International. As a designer, you are required to create your own Pavilion (Shelter, Garden, or Interactive Structure) to sit in this space. Your design may focus on conceptual, material, experiential or formal ideas. The design can be thought- provoking, issues-led, immersive, or reflective.
  • 3. Constraints and Considerations Your audience for the design is primarily the NGV visitors, Families, and art/architecture enthusiasts. Your final design must include the statue to the left - Henry Moore, bronze sculpture, Draped seated woman, 1958. It can be the centre of your design and stand as a feature, or it can sit beside your pavilion. You must also consider how your design incorporates sustainable practices. This could be by using recycled materials, contribute to a sustainable practice (water catchment system, green roof, etc), or be able to be reused/repurposed in the future.
  • 4. The Site The Grollo Equiset Garden is a sculpture garden at the back of NGV International. Your overall site size for your pavilion is 30mx30m. Your pavilion may take up the entire space, or you may create pathways, seating, garden spaces around your pavilion to fill the site.
  • 5. For the first task, select one project from the ‘NGV Architecture Commission Competition’ or the ‘M-Pavilion Commission Competition’. View the ‘Precedent Projects’ PowerPoint to view the available projects. Once you have chosen your project, research the following information and collate them into an A3 poster design. Research Poster o Name of the Project, Architect, Competition/Client, Location o Basic information about the Architect o Site plan o Materials used o Design decisions o Relevant Imagery
  • 6. Research Gather images to inspire you for your own design. Some areas you can explore are: o Other M-Pavilion or NGV competition designs o Site plans of pavilions/gardens/shelters o Examples of models/sketch models o Materials
  • 7. Mood Board Based off your findings from your research, create a Mood Board depicting the aesthetic of the site/structure you are working towards. Brief After you have finished your mood board, write a project brief discussing the aesthetic of the site/structure you are working towards designing. You may use the worksheet to assist you.
  • 8. Found Objects Collage Grab a phone and an A3 piece of paper. Step out of the classroom and onto the school grounds. Arrange found objects on the piece of paper and take photos of 3D structures or 2D ‘site plan’ collages. Found objects could include rocks, pebbles, leaves, bark, flowers, etc.
  • 9. Paper Figure-Ground Collage Using black paper, cut or tear shapes and arrange them on a white A3 paper. Look at combinations of shapes, how they sit against one another, and think about what each shape could represent from a bird’s eye view. Shapes could represent: o Garden Bed o Seating o Raised platforms o Roof shape of Shelter o Pool of Water o Table
  • 10. Visualisation Drawings Look at your Collage pages and draw your ideas for your design. There should be clear visual links to the collage (Annotate which collage you are referencing in your drawing) Start sketching other designs based off your mood board and research images. These sketches can be 3D drawings of the overall structure/space or 2D plan drawings. Annotate your drawings with your thoughts/ideas/ improvements/issues/etc. Think about how your design incorporates sustainable practices. This could be by using recycled materials, contribute to a sustainable practice (water catchment system, green roof, etc), or be reused/ repurposed in the future.
  • 11. Sketch Model Choose your favourite Design and create it in 3D. The maximum model size is 20x20x20cm. A sketch model is a rough 3D representation of your design ideas. Materials you can use: Printing paper, cardboard, card, masking tape, glue, box board, sticks, foam, etc.
  • 12. Gallery Walk After your sketch models are complete, you will be performing a gallery walk to analyse and evaluate your peer’s work. You will then read your own feedback and respond to it through a written reflection and drawn responses. Open the ‘Evaluation and Reflection’ PowerPoint and follow the instructions.
  • 13. Site Plan On an A3 sheet of grid paper, Draw a 1:100 site plan (Bird’s eye view) of your design. 1:100 means for every one centimetre you draw, that is one metre in real life. You can look at your sketch model from above and replicate that shape on your page. Think about how big you want your pavilion to be compared to a human. (People are around 45- 50cm wide from a bird's eye view). Include any site context. This could include trees, seats, tables, ground textures (Grass, soil, gravel, paths) or flowerbeds
  • 14. Site Plan Refinement Scan your site plan onto your laptop and trace over the lines with the pen tool on Illustrator to create a refined Site Plan drawing for your Presentation Board. You may use coloured textures or linework textures. Note: Make sure you record your process by taking regular screenshots
  • 15. Final Architectural Model It is time to create your final model for your Pavilion Design at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100 depending on it’s size. This model should be completed to a well refined standard. You may use any skills you have learnt in the previous units to create your final model. This includes 3D modelling/ printing, Lasercutting, and hand cutting. Your model must sit on a ground plane which shows the immediate site context around your pavilion (you may use a print out of your site plan as a base). Materials Available: - 3D Printing (PLA) - Lasercutting (Boxboard, acrylic, timber) - Balsa Wood - Foamcore - Card/Paper - Sticks Note: Make sure you record your process by taking regular screenshots
  • 16. Folio Checklist Precedent Study: - Pavilion research poster (1-2 Pages) Research: - Primary and Secondary Research: o Pavilion designs o Site plans of pavilion/gardens o Examples of models/sketch models - Mood board o Site and design aesthetic (3-4 Pages) Collage: - Found Object Collage - Paper Figure-Ground Collage (2-3 Pages) Generation of ideas: - Visualisation drawings: o Shelter/Pavilion Designs o Sustainability Ideas o Links to collages o Annotation! (2-3 Pages) Development of ideas: - Sketch model of Pavilion Design - Peer feedback, Written reflection, Design Changes - Site plan drawing of Pavilion Design using conventions, scale and symbols (3-4 Pages) Refinement of ideas: - Refined Plan on Illustrator - Refined 3D Architectural Model of pavilion concept design - Screenshots/Photos documenting your process (4-5 Pages) Final Presentations: - Site Plan Presentation Board - Architectural model (2-3 Pages) Overall Folio: - Presentation / creativity - Completion of all tasks - Consistent development - Handed in on time! Discover Develop Deliver Define Brief: - ‘Defining Brief Details’ Worksheet (1-2 Pages)