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….a good circulation diagram

can be hard to find.  Marble Fairbanks Glen Oaks Branch Library has a very elegant entry sequence that acknowledges the flow of different user groups from the combined entry splitting off into separate reading areas.  The project is also a … Continue reading

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GREAT Diagrams

If you aren’t searching your colleagues’ blogs, I would like to at times bring together exceptional examples.  This was just posted from Adaptive-CoEvolution, and shows a solid development of diagrams, some clearer than others but a clear development from fuzzy … Continue reading

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Schematic Renders

A quick post to share the level of development that your perspective views should be at. Raster/Vector approach shows depth of program development and spaces beyond whereas renders just show opaque surfaces. Although this program was a mixed-use housing program, … Continue reading

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Rhino Modeling Strategies [updated]

Most of you that have been working in Rhino have been developing massing models which was an appropriate level of detail to the overall site/massing/planning strategies you have been working at in physical modeling.  The point of the 1/8″ cardboard … Continue reading

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ECS Integration [NEW]

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Epigenetic Landscapes inserted into OMSI Site

A couple of tips to coordinate your Epigenetic Landscapes with the OMSI Site.  First note that I have made the site square to make it easier to scale the raster image with the Rhino Heightfield.  We can discuss this more … Continue reading

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Site / Topo Examples for Monday

Graphic examples for Monday.  I ask you to do two variations for Monday, using different blurring and lineweight approaches in Illustrator and Photoshop from your digitized spline site model.  Unlike these examples in which the spline studies did not incorporate … Continue reading

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