The perspective render shows the building exterior with the materials used. ( Rhino, Grasshopper, VRay, photoshop).
The essence of community and art crystallizes in this project to communicate a new identity to the institution. I learned through this project-specific conditions of the museum environment, integrating nature into interiors, and the influence of form to address identity. I enhanced through this project my visualization skills in general.
The project addresses an expansion to the west of the existing building of The International Quilt Museum and Study Center. The aim was to create a form that calls for a new identity to the institution through addressing the fluidity of the cloth. The new expansion includes a new exhibition space and common area to release museum fatigue from the existing building.
Elevation of the Annex showing the connection to the existing building. (Rhino, Grasshopper, Vray, Photoshop, Illustrator).
Attempting the idea of representing a massing that reflects the softness of the cloth.
Digram shows the museum fatigue pattern. (Rhino, Illustrator).
Massing Diagram. (Rhino, Illustrator).
Wall section revealing the structural elements. (Rhino, Illustrator, Photoshop).
First-floor plan. (Rhino, Illustrator).
Second-floor plan. (Rhino, Illustrator).
Section showing the relationships of the spaces on the interior and the exterior. (Rhino, Illustrator).