Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Studio, mapping

Base Tracing 1:1000

Base Tracing 1:200


Insertion (Indoor & Outdoor)
Threshold Insertion + Infrastruction (Residential & Commercial) Public & Private Site analysis Insertion Material Reciprocity Public (noisy) & Private (quite)

Sunday, May 8, 2011



In these diagrams. I explained how Le Corbusier applied Golden Section in Villa Savoye. The second diagram represent the circulation in Villa Savoye. The green area in the third diagram is a continuting wall in the house.

DrawingsThen I related the idea of hygiene to the house since in Le Corbusier's own architecture of the 1920s, the imagery of hygiene was as important as that of machine. I use blue to represent the sense of hygiene and dirt to show the triumph of running water. The lighter blue represents hygiene and the dark one represents dirt.


I tried to use some messy line to represent the sense of dirt while keep another part as clean and empty to determined hygiene.
Front viewSide view
Back view
Top view

Saturday, March 26, 2011


Ground Floor

1st Floor
2nd Floor
In my plan drawings,I darken the private part to distinguish from the public part. And in real building, the light of the private spaces are darker than the public spaces. Because the window in rooms have frame and glass while the one in public spaces are totally open.

In 2nd floor, I darken two areas that belong to the 1st floor in order to tell the difference between 1st floor and 2nd floor.

Sections Axonometric

week 3