FINAL MODEL OF ASSIGNMENT 2B

Figure 1:improved version model of assignment
Figure 2:Final model of assignment (side)
Figure 3:Final model of assignment (front)

When I searched the information online, I found that ISHIGAMI had been advocating a highly natural design concept. According to (ideamsg 2013, para. 2), In his work for Kanagawa University, the KAIT STUDIO has used many pure white pillars and placed each pillar in a different orientation so that the visions were seen when they were visually Of some wide, somewhat narrow, no matter seen from any direction. Of these pillars, not all pillars are used as load-bearing structures, and these pillars are not used as a split space. But when all the pillars are grouped together, this arrangement makes all the pillars look like a forest. Pure white design makes the forest visual look more thin, this design is pure stone has always been declared the concept of extreme nature.

In my model, I refer to the idea of ISHIGAMI, using many pure white pillars to make space look more purely simple. And there is no wall between the pillars to separate the space, so there is still a link between the pillars of the pillars, but blurred the boundaries of the building, so that the whole building as if in the surrounding environment. As the ISHIGAMI respected, an invisible architecture.

Reference List

Ideamsg 2013, The KAIT Workshop by Junya Ishigami and Associates, Shanghai, viewed 12 May 2017,<http://www.ideamsg.com/2013/08/the-kait-workshop/>