This submission was was for our technical design phase of the project. The rationale was to present four sheets, plans, sections, details and an exploded axonometric drawing as if these particular sheets had been pulled out of a complete set of working drawings.Each sheet presented had to correspond to the other calling out details etc. As my project is a re-use project I decided to take a different approach in how i presented the drawings. My project concept involves removing, replacing and reusing parts of the existing site. This is a different approach to the typical ‘demolish everything except the facade and build a new building behind’. So I decided to present for both the proposed (reconstruction) plans and sections an accompanying ‘Deconstruction Plan’ as apposed to a typical demolition plan, where the contractor is guided through what remains, whats removed and what is re-used.
The details differ to a typical technical phase submission as it is not a completely new building. They are presented as snapshots of ideas of how to approach the re-use of this building, paying particular attention to materiality of the existing vs the new. The details show what is important to the project, which is primarily the human interaction with the building, where less important details are to be resolved by the contractor due to budget restraints with this re-use project.
The CAD software I used for this was Revit Architecture. (just in-case you were wondering)
Any questions/criticisms are welcome!…let me know what you think.