Architecture is developed. The design process is iterative. The shiny renderings and tight lines of a finished project are the result of many, sometimes messy, design studies. Through these studies, an architect can make discoveries. The following section includes rough studies. Even though they would not be included in a finished product, their production is invaluable to an architect’s craft.
Study drawn to analyze the High Arctic politics and conflicts that are emerging as the ice begins to recede north.
Image: The Northwest Passage, Nunavut, Canada [http://www.cheo.on.ca/en/Nunavut-Program]
Study drawn to analyze and understand the High Arctic environment
High Arctic Housing Sketch Model (Paper and basswood)
Freehand sketch of Biomedical Science Research Building in Ann Arbor Michigan
Fill Site Study
Sketch render of facade in site
Sketch model of facade in site
Collage study of fill site layout
Calculation of concrete foundation area for project cost estimation
Study of geometric and volumetric relationships
Collage study of potential design for Navy Pier renovation