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brendan d. joanne goh steven phan kenneth lai jean-luc tatto fiona chiang seattle’s film + community resource FILMMAKERS BUILDING

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  • brendan d.joanne gohsteven phankenneth laijean-luc tattofiona chiang

    seattles film + community resourceFILMMAKERS BUILDING

  • THE FOUNDATIONbig ideas + considerations behind our project

    The team set out to create a pavilion that encourages dialogue between filmmakers and the public, while providing high quality living and working spaces for filmmakers. The building focuses on creating open areas, using indoor and outdoor structure, that afford discussion, group work and sharing.

    The Project Target AudienceThe Site Design ProcessParti Design Ideas ProgramCross SectionsFinal Statement

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  • THE PROJECTconstraints and opportunities

    The assigned task was to design a space that fit a selected program on one of three sites in Seattles Olympic Sculpture Park. The building created was to include a number of parts including a stand up caf, private cafeteria, sleeping area, and working space among others.

    An important focus of the project was on the quality of design decisions. Everything choice like the site, parti, materials, space planning, fixtures and scale people had to be made as an informed decision. Wherever possible precedents were used to give the team guidance, and show how similar ideas had worked well in the past.

  • FILMMAKERSmeeting the needs of our target audience

    A space where independent filmmakers can work, board, interact with each other and gain exposure to the public

    Potential for the public to share ideas, critique, and have discussion with Seattles filmmaking community

    A center for networking and conversation

  • OUR SITEshown as red region in context

    OUR SITE

  • Access from Broad Street provides separate entrance for nighttime events

    Separate entrance grants filmmakers to access their dorms at night

    Seattle Film Institute located 12 minutes from the site, and the Seattle Film Festival is held just 3 minutes awayDENNY WAY

    SEATTLEFILM FESTIVAL

    SEATTLEFILM

    INSTITUTEOLYMPICSCULPTUREPARK

    12MIN AWAY

    3MIN AWAY

    NORTH

    EA

    ST 2

    3R

    D A

    VE

    E

    OUR SITE

  • DESIGN PROCESSwhere the building started and how far its come

    INITIAL CONCEPT Prepared in Seattle, the Vacuum Monster was a lateral form that slid down the slope of our site. It helped us establish a parti and program that we could build upon in later iterations.

    POST-SEATTLE A rethinking of our original form, this iteration did away with thin form and triangular volumes. It was an improvment, but remained boxy, had a redundant entrance, and its cantilevers were short.

    DYNAMIC FORMThis iteration focused on creating open spaces indoors and out, as well as easing divisions between parts of the building. This one was close, but we found that the cantilevers and bite needed a little work.

  • ITERATIONS

  • FINAL FORM

    SOUTH CORNERView of the building from Elliot Avenue, facing north

    NORTH CORNERView of the building facing south, from the path west of the Paccar Pavilion

  • LOOKING EASTcantilevered dorms and public outdoor area

  • vessel for dialoguesurrounded bysharp shapes

    THE PARTI

  • BLOCK PROCESSputting the parts together, moving volumes around

    Beauty is due more to harmonious relationships among the elements of a composition than to the elements themselves. -Frederick #51

  • WOZOCOby mvrdv, in the netherlands

  • MVRDV INSPIRATION added wozoco to toolbox to help build inspring form

    The many small parts that make up the building work as one to create space. We use a collection of rectilinear shapes to build areas that encourage interaction throughout our building.

    Its the dialogue of the pieces, not the pieces themselves, that creates aesthetic success. -Frederick

  • Create architectural richness through informed simplicty... - Frederick #46

    Blending parts of the greater program

    Change in ceiling heights to define space

    ROOF ON THE HILLby alphaville, in japan

  • ENTRANCE AREApublic caf and reception desk

  • ENTRANCE AREApublic caf and reception desk

  • ENTRANCE AREApublic caf and reception desk

    GLS Architecture /Landscape Architecture

  • This building by Pasel Kuenzel Architects gave us direction for some of our exterior form and materials. We also like the kitchen space they created. The use of rectilinear shapes and bright lighting make better use of a small space.

    V12K0102materials and interior planning

  • Solid-void theory helps us to shape space in and around our building. We use elements like celing heights, walls and stairs to help define boundaries where one space ends and the next begins.

    A three-dimensional space is considered a positive space if it has a defined shape and a sense of boundary. - Frederick #5

  • Solid-void theory helps us to shape space in and around our building. We use elements like celing heights, walls and stairs to help define boundaries where one space ends and the next begins.

    A three-dimensional space is considered a positive space if it has a defined shape and a sense of boundary. - Frederick #5

    NORTH FACEby element

  • OPEN SPACE IDEAwhy enclose a space with six walls...

  • OPEN SPACE IDEA...when you can open up the space

  • UPPER HALLWAYconnecting dorms, circulation

  • The Hub

    dormitories

    entrance to dorms

    observing deck

    private cafe

    public cafe

    open space

    reception/lobby

    PROGRAMfront and back isometric views

  • CROSS SECTIONSside and back isometric views

  • CROSS SECTIONStop views of the building

  • FINAL STATEMENT

  • references

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    Design Boom. (n.d). Design: Naoto Fukasawa . Retrieved fromhttp://www.designboom.com/eng/interview/fukasawa.html

    Dezeen. (2012). North Face by Element . Retrieved fromhttp://www.dezeen.com/2012/04/01/northface-by-element/

    Dezeen. (2012). Pazo Dos Deportes De Artexio . Retrieved fromhttp://www.dezeen.com/2012/04/02/pazo-dos-deportes-de-arteixo-byjose-ramon-garitaonaindia-de-vera/

    Kibisi. (n.d.). Work: Chairs . Retrieved from http://www.kibisi.com/projects

    Matt Gagnon Studios. (2012). Projects . Retrieved from http://www.mattstudio.com/category/projects/

    Ross Lovegrove. (2012). Product: Physics . Retrieved fromhttp://www.rosslovegrove.com/

    Starck. (2012). Design: Categories . Retrieved from http://www.starck.com/en/

    TED. (n.d.). Speakers: Bjarke Ingles . Architecture. Retrieved from http://www.lib.sfu.ca/help/writing/apa#onlinearticles

    French, Hilary. (2006). New Urban Housing. P 182-185. Yale University Press.

    MVRDV. (2012). MVRDV:Projects. Retrieved from http://www.mvrdv.nl/#/projects/015wozoco

    DeZeen. (2011). Pasel Kuenzel Architects. Retrieved from http://www.dezeen.com/2011/09/06/v12k0102-by-pasel-kuenzel-architects/

    Zaha Hadid. (n.d.). Capital Hill Residence. Retrieved from http://www.zaha-hadid.com/architecture/capital-hill-residence/