ANEMI OBSERVATORY
Carlos Alberto Rivas Moleiro
Prof. Christine Wacta
Fundamentals 1
Fall 2014
Anemi Observatory, Located in the beautiful
caribbean coast, north of Venezuela in
Falcon state offers visitors an open sp...
TABLE OF CONTENT
Excercise 1:
Excercise 2:
Excercise 3:
Excercise 4:
Excercise 5:
Excercise 6:
Excercise 7:
Photos:
Ananly...
EXERCISE 1
ANALYSIS AND TRANSFORMAION OF BUILDINGS
Objective: This excercise
consists of learning to
use analysis as a too...
EXERCISE 2
SPACE: OPEN AND CLOSED
Objective: the exercise focuses on
showing the different degrees we can
find an create o...
EXERCISE 3.1
CLUSTERED
RADIAL
CENTRALIZED
GRID
CLUSTERED GRID
CENTRALIZED
RADIAL
Objective: this exercise consisted on
lea...
EXERCISE 3.2
LINEAR SPACES
STRAIGHT STEPPED ZIG-ZAG OFFSET
Objective: in this exercise we took our linear
layout (footprin...
EXERCISE 4.1
SPACE FROM PLAN TO SECTION
STEP 1
STEP 2
Objective: This exercise consists
on the further investigation
of sp...
EXERCISE 4.2
STEP 3
EXERCISE 5
ENTRY MAKING
Objective: This exercise focused
on creating a succesful entry for
the main path in the project.
T...
EXERCISE 6
TOWER MAKING
Objective: "The objective of this
exercise is to design and make
a tower that grows out of your
re...
EXERCISE 7.1
BASE PLANE MAKING (MODEL)
Objective: this exercise consisted on creating a
base for the path entrance and tow...
BASE PLANE MAKING (AUTOCAD)
EXERCISE 7.2
DIGITAL MODEL (LEVELS)
LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3
DIGITAL MODEL (ELEVATIONS)
NORTH EAST WEST SOUTH
DIGITAL MODEL (SECTIONS)
SECTION 1 SECTION 2
DIGITAL MODEL (3D SECTIONS)
DIGITAL MODEL (3D)
DIGITAL MODEL (RENDERINGS)
MODEL PICTURES
MORNING SHOTS
MODEL PICTURES
NIGHT SHOTS
MODEL PICTURES
INTERIOR SHOTS
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PORTAFOLIO FUNDAMENTALS 1

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  • 1. ANEMI OBSERVATORY Carlos Alberto Rivas Moleiro Prof. Christine Wacta Fundamentals 1 Fall 2014
  • 2. Anemi Observatory, Located in the beautiful caribbean coast, north of Venezuela in Falcon state offers visitors an open space with an amazing view towards the ocean. Its huge sails are meant to offer visitors a boat-like feeling. The top deck serves an elegant gathering spot,and the main bridges are welcoming and designed to replicate the feel of a sailboat. Given its open space, the observatory offers a panoramic view of the ocean, never the less providing people with a sense of enclosure and security. Since the observatory is located in a very windy state, its huge Sails shield visitors for their comfort. The sails are made of genuine Dacron , a polyester fiber woven fabric (the same used in sailboats) that can be easily replaced, stretched CONCEPT STATEMENT and fitted to the space desired Also a lot of glass is implemented into the design to keep the openness of the spaces going, providing unique views from every angle. The skeleton of the structure is made out of metal finished with a white gloss paint and railings and details made out of stainless steel. In this state kitesurfing is a very common sport. So this observatory can also accommodate sport enthusiasts to see other kite surfers in action and since the sport takes place in open water it will help the keep an eye out for any surfers in trouble. On the lowest level (beach level) there is a space for a small kiosk offering hydration food and other necessities to visitors and sport enthusiast.
  • 3. TABLE OF CONTENT Excercise 1: Excercise 2: Excercise 3: Excercise 4: Excercise 5: Excercise 6: Excercise 7: Photos: Ananlysis and Transformation of Buildings Space (Closed and Open) Serial Spaces Space and Plan to Section Entry Making Tower Making Base Plane Making Final Model Views
  • 4. EXERCISE 1 ANALYSIS AND TRANSFORMAION OF BUILDINGS Objective: This excercise consists of learning to use analysis as a tool for understanding the crucial relationships between elements in buildings
  • 5. EXERCISE 2 SPACE: OPEN AND CLOSED Objective: the exercise focuses on showing the different degrees we can find an create on an architectural space, their meaning and function. We also practiced the creation and modification of given spaces in 3D and 2D.
  • 6. EXERCISE 3.1 CLUSTERED RADIAL CENTRALIZED GRID CLUSTERED GRID CENTRALIZED RADIAL Objective: this exercise consisted on learning how to create different spaces by generating a system of spaces from a primary module. The exercise had to goals to create a space or spaces that can generate growth or can be extended from a pattern and to demonstrate the common architectural design strategy of part to whole. SERIAL SPACES
  • 7. EXERCISE 3.2 LINEAR SPACES STRAIGHT STEPPED ZIG-ZAG OFFSET Objective: in this exercise we took our linear layout (footprint) and broke it apart and putting it back together while keeping its linear origin. The pictures shown below are what the transformations represent. They are the inspiration for the creation.
  • 8. EXERCISE 4.1 SPACE FROM PLAN TO SECTION STEP 1 STEP 2 Objective: This exercise consists on the further investigation of space by exploring the relationship between plan and section. This part of the exercise had to purposes. To continue the simultaneous development of spatial and planemetric understanding and the creation of a path with a spatial sequence that has a proportional plan to section relationship
  • 9. EXERCISE 4.2 STEP 3
  • 10. EXERCISE 5 ENTRY MAKING Objective: This exercise focused on creating a succesful entry for the main path in the project. The entry condition will be generated from a transformation of your repetitive structural path system and an appropriate entry image of your chosing.
  • 11. EXERCISE 6 TOWER MAKING Objective: "The objective of this exercise is to design and make a tower that grows out of your repetitive structural path system. The issues you will be exploring are form,scale and proportion."
  • 12. EXERCISE 7.1 BASE PLANE MAKING (MODEL) Objective: this exercise consisted on creating a base for the path entrance and tower we had designed. The base had to reinforce the models design and show clear unity between both. The exercise is designed to help explore the space defigning ability a base/ground plane has.
  • 13. BASE PLANE MAKING (AUTOCAD) EXERCISE 7.2
  • 14. DIGITAL MODEL (LEVELS) LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3
  • 15. DIGITAL MODEL (ELEVATIONS) NORTH EAST WEST SOUTH
  • 16. DIGITAL MODEL (SECTIONS) SECTION 1 SECTION 2
  • 17. DIGITAL MODEL (3D SECTIONS)
  • 18. DIGITAL MODEL (3D)
  • 19. DIGITAL MODEL (RENDERINGS)
  • 20. MODEL PICTURES MORNING SHOTS
  • 21. MODEL PICTURES NIGHT SHOTS
  • 22. MODEL PICTURES INTERIOR SHOTS

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