Friday, 3 June 2011

Standing on the cast iron shore; exploded axonometric

This exploded axonometric was a working drawing produced more for me to understand the fabric of the building, and how the different levels fit together than for a final image.

The image shows how the frame is the primary structure of the architecture, with the floor slabs cast directly onto them, with the external finishing and the services on the outside. Having the 'guts' of the building on the exterior was a link back to being fascinated by the construction methods and the half finished state of the titanic, rather than the final object.

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