I choose one of the following strategies is: A cut out paper puzzle of the interiors of the city and/ or an invisible architecture (ISHIGAMA). And I select the publish area is UTS: Dr Chau Chak Wing Building. Light is a powerful substance. We have a primal connection to it. But, for something so powerful, situations for its felt presence are fragile. Ishigami said that complementary thoughts on how he tries to fill space with light resonate with the thinking-through-space. He strives to create architecture that is, as it were, invisible and which allows visitors to experience space in a different way.
In my model, I followed Ishigami’s strategy to showcase interior of a building. In my model, the material I have chosen balsa wood, white paper and white card. In order to more clearly show the interior of the building, I removed the original walls of buildings. I use wood as the primary holder of the entire model and then, selecting a relatively light materials like white paper or white card to make a floor. With the evolution of the model step by step, we can discover the structure of this model according to the changes of light and shadow.
Image 2 of 8 from gallery of Dr Chau Chak Wing Building / Frank Gehry. Section view of west elevation, model scale: 1…www.archdaily.com