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Jake Iskandar P

2021/22 Group (2021/22)

‘The handshake’ refining tactile elements of the building at scale 1:5 using a model and scale drawings.
Posted 16 May 2022 17:02
Bringing the 2D into the 3D using a 1:50 scale model allowing me to have 1:1 contact with the build ability and materials intended.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:58
Taking a deeper dive into the envelope and exploring the details which make up the building.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:57
Mapping out technical, environmental and regulatory strategies for the building, what do we value most and what factors will alter the design?
Posted 16 May 2022 16:55
The Big Pebble (or tasklet 06) explored the routes taken by users of the building to enter one of the main spaces.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:54
Finalising the programme and the plan of the building and how each space relates or links with each other. From this working GA’s were created as a basis to work from and carry into atelier 3.2
Posted 16 May 2022 16:54
Beginning to nestle the scheme into the masterplan of the town, how will it connect to the high street and reintegrate the community? Who will the building be available to and why?
Posted 16 May 2022 16:53
Massing models were key to developing the form of the building after taking inspiration from ‘elements of Accrington’; it allowed me to begin visualising the form of the arts and crafts centre in scale form.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:52
The second tasklet involved drawing a theoretical scene from a window overlooking the site, I chose to depict an elderly member of the town relaxing in their living room with a picture of Accrington hung proudly on their wall. Serial visions were also created exploring a route to site as if a worker was travelling from their home to a calico mill in the centre of town.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:52
Tasklet 01 allowed us to explore Accrington and the site so we could get an idea for the context, environment and community that we were working with. The site visit and historical research concluded by the atelier group revealed hidden histories buried within the town’s fabric.
Posted 16 May 2022 16:49