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cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
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cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
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cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
CJWHO: facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest | subscribe
cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
CJWHO: facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest | subscribe
cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
CJWHO: facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest | subscribe
cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar
Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.
the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.
and it looks much better on DIN A0.
1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation 2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section 3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section 4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section 5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section 6. facade cross-section and details
CJWHO: facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest | subscribe

cjwho:

Bachelors Degree Presentation by Christoph Sevcnikar

Its my final bachelors degree presentation layout, but im still working on my presentation model made of wood, which im going to post when its finished, hopefully in october.

the project is a concert hall for classic orchestra music in reichenau, austria. the main idea was a visible wood construction to build the ribbed slabs and bridges, who are connecting the different areas of the building.

and it looks much better on DIN A0.

1. Info sheet with concept idea and some technical explanation
2. groundfloor plan + elevation / section
3. 1st floor plan + elevation / section
4. 2nd floor plan + elevation / section
5. 3rd floor plan + elevation / section
6. facade cross-section and details

CJWHO: facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest | subscribe


7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)MICHAEL HEIZER
Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action. the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array
7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)MICHAEL HEIZER
Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action. the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array
7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)MICHAEL HEIZER
Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action. the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array
7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)MICHAEL HEIZER
Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action. the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array
7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)MICHAEL HEIZER
Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action. the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array

7knotwind:

Circular Surface Planar Displacement Drawing (1970)
MICHAEL HEIZER

Heizer is interested in the transformation of the earth’s surface through human action.

the artist drove a motorcycle in circles in Jean Dry Lake, Nevada, to create this drawing

the photos in the last image (above) document the process from a different point of view— the photographer and camera were mounted on a scaffold that was moved sixteen feet for each for each new shot in the array


experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 
experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze
Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  
This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America. 

experimentsinmotion:

Forefront by Ehsaan Mesghali and George Dolidze

Forefront mobilizes the art institution as a guerrilla pop up exhibit facilitator, broadening their reach to engaging new audiences outside their established community. The versatile solution can be developed in virtually any public space transforming it into a gallery, exhibition or screening.  

This project is part of Experiments in Motion - a partnership between Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and Audi of America.