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arch:fiza
Sat Jan 20 2007, 09:57am Print
Registered Member #399 Joined: Tue Dec 19 2006, 07:03pm
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hayye everyone !!! em fiza from hyderabad ...m student of fourth yr architecture...
the project assign to me is AN ARCHITECTS OFFICE ....my concept is randome line i want to design a building which reflects an architects mind while designing a building...the first draft that comes in our mind are random line haphazard sort of line i want to brinf this thing in my design in my plan i want to work on abstract architecture m very much inspired by zaha hadid's work....so can any one plz tellme how to develop my design i dunt have much tyme pllz help me out.....
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NEO
Sat Jan 20 2007, 12:17pm
Admin Registered Member #4 Joined: Thu Aug 04 2005, 04:54am
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Corbusier’s office was in a corridor of a building in Paris! It was nothing but a simple linear corridor, office tables and large windows.
You can see Zaha Hadid’s office at this website:
http://www.zaha-hadid.com/
Architects offices are somehow always a bit hidden and curtained. I’ve never seen any office which is exposed with a single mass or an outstanding building. But if you think of a residence cum office of an architect or an atelier then it’s different concept. In this case you have rather to design a residence instead.
You can see live telecast of Morphosis office at this website:
http://www.morphosis.net

If you are working with a blank site and planning for an outstanding for the office with your concept of arbitrary lines then you may pick the line from your north-south orientation lines or from the site lines.
You may also generate lines superimposing the urban pattern, streets or nodes of your site.
And if you are working in a part of a building as the office… then it’s all about the interior arrangement…. Your arbitrary lines coming out of the orientation lines, site lines or the urban lines may be reflected in the arrangements of the furniture and design of the furniture of the office.
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NEO
Sat Jan 20 2007, 12:37pm
Admin Registered Member #4 Joined: Thu Aug 04 2005, 04:54am
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You may follow these examples of ateliers.
(These examples are taken from a book named 'New Single Family Houses' as far as I can remember)
Although these examples are of single family residences but I selected these according to your concept of design. These images may give you some ideas:
(Click on images to get the original size)

Camouflage House
An example of an atelier designed out of the camouflage of lines
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Puzzle House by Jakob McFarlane an excelent example of working with site lines:

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1169297023 4 FT1662 Puzzle House2 Archsociety


Another example:
Vertical Smooth House by Denari, designing an entire house with a single fold element:

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Edited Sat Jan 20 2007, 01:03pm
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arch:fiza
Sat Jan 20 2007, 06:52pm
Registered Member #399 Joined: Tue Dec 19 2006, 07:03pm
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Posts: 3
thanx NEO thanx alot....if any one have any more to say on this pllzzz
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