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Which central theme or design concept should be conveyed in the model? Is the model the best way to convey this idea, or would it be better served by drawings and diagrams? Should a relationship be created between the drawings and the model? Will the building be shown alone, on a site, and/or in a built context? Should the model building allow views inside, or just represent the outer shape of the exterior? Should it be detachable in order to show the organization of the interior? Should the floors come apart and the roof and/or outside walls be removable, etc.?
It’s a good idea to have pieces pre-cut at the shop, reducing the amount of finish work. Home improvement stores also offer finished wood moldings, dowels, spheres, and the like. 1 MATERIALS 3-17 Architectural model, scale 1:100. Base of 15 mm high-density plywood. 75 mm mahogany, roof planes of maple. Façade details in strips of mahogany. “Reinterpreted” materials and the aesthetic character of the grain enhance the quality of the design. 3-18 Architectural model, scale 1:200. Base of solid pear wood, with traces of cutting left unfinished.
A hint of the opposite building is suggested by a sheet of clear acrylic. An architectural model is built in the following steps: Constructing the base Building up the site contours Laying out greenspaces, circulation, and water areas Making building volumes Inserting the buildings into their spatial context Adding scale-enhancing elements and greenery Labeling Making a protective cover and shipping container It is up to the model builder whether to hold to this sequence or begin by making the buildings first and then constructing the base and the site.
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