Sunday, 10 January 2010

relationship(interaction) study(building and users) part one- general condition

i want to use this drawing to explain general combination of typologies on my site and this would lead to the part 2 study of the 3 main groups of activities(1: shopping(no.1 la foret vs gyre) 2:transporting(stations and different route picked during diff time) 3:local residents-go to temple or school etc(how this group being interacted by the other groups, how they access differently to the same place)

in this diagram i am picking up secondary accesses founded by following different groups of people. and the number is where the scens picked up during travelling. i am going to draw the story board upon these scens. which may lead to a short-cut from the movie i have been taken for period of following. NEXT STEP,I AM THINKING TO DRAW UNWRAPPED ST. ELE VATION FOR EACH SECONDARY ROUTE I AM PICKING WITH EVENTS(story board). ??BUT NOT VERY SURE IF IT WOULD BE THE MOST CLEAR WAY TO DO IT BECAUSE I THINK THE INTERSECTING POINTS BETWEEN ROUTES CANT BE SHOWN ON THE ELEVATIONS.

study group 1: shopping. above is the shopping guide. i want to analyse different groups of ppl go shopping in this area(young school, adults, fancy dressing ppl, tourists and higher incoming classes. this would related to different forms of stores/shopping center diagram and how the movement will be.). a clearer diagram will be provided

starting of study part two-relationship out and in to la foret and its self-program(comparing with Gyre):

a more detailed access together with where different groups of people acting differently in and our la foret will be provided. and i will compare it with Gyre. thus, there will be a separately photo gallery to give real images.


Jonathan Dawes said...

Hi Ruo- Thanks for posting. I think the diagram above could be an interesting study. I think the main focus of the drawing should be the grey areas and the appropriation of floors- which is currently absent from the drawing. Your observations should also be more accurately represented in the drawings- is there such a clear segregation of types of store on each floor or is it less obvious? Try to also be speculative about how to include circulation paths- can they tell a story instead of just defining circulation? Keep going with it! Best- Jonathan

fumi said...

Hi, Rue!
It's a good starting point, hoever it's not very clear at the moment. As you said, maybe some street elevations / sections will reveals different space quality/scale in each routes.

I think you need to add more information in your la foret circulation diagram. What are the difference in between two entrances?(i.e. topography, scale of the streets, one is used by specific user groups and how they occupy the space? etc...) Maybe a section will be a good idea!

Keep going!

Dagobert Bergmans said...

Hi Ruhong I just wanted to add a few remarks on your Tokyo work.

The urban analyses lacks evidence and precision; The different user groups do make sense in some way but you have not made clear what the characteristics of thhese groups are and what their relevance is for your study (like the local residents).

you needs simple images/words that explain the groups directly; the hand-drawings are too generic.

The shopping guide is clearly made for a certain group if you have found others it can be a handy tool to get an idea of the area the different user groups are supposed to engage with ... however this one does not match your zones

the axo needs more context.
How is the public space organized (does it end at the front door?) And how is it organized internally
nd annotation of spatial quality and type of connections (stairways directly into stores at the front.
Best Dagobert

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