I have been continuing the previous set of drawings to show how I imagine the proposition to decay in the landscape and its effects on the landscape (please see previous post for clarity in the evolution of the project).
The first image is of the existing landscape using a mix of hatches that I have used previously in my man-made nature/ natural-man made drawings in addition to the Luis Callejas drawings that I have always been fond of.
The second image is of the landscape as I propose it to be as the maximum development condition. I intend to refine the floor areas of the proposed structures as a result of the local investigations that lead to determine in which place the needed building are required.
I have also prepared an adjacencies drawing to show some of the proposed uses so that I can adapt them to the memory object- meantime structure formula that I have created for the landscape. This drawing is at the end for clarity so as not to confuse the order of drawings.
The third image is the standard format of the sheets that I intend to continue with which demonstrates the evolution of a typical building using the standardised construction methodology, the landscape and at detail level.
From then on the drawings are work in progress drawings which I intend to annotate and draw the evolving landscape for.
Finally the last drawing is a speculative drawing of how a possible house structure that would replace the decayed meanwhile structure.
The Adjecencies diagrams:
My focus for the remaining days up to the final crit are demonstrating why I have chosen to place the buildings and why in the landscape (as a ecosystem), what the areas of these buildings are (so that they are not ‘the maximum developable area’) and completing the landscape drawings using the hatches to demonstrate each stage of decay [and renewal]. If i can I will make a model so that i can better demonstrate the changing dynamic of the example building plot.