Process 5: Kumamoto House 5 ~ Expressing the Concept ~ | From the architectural design of Tokyo

Last time, we talked about "Process 4: Kumamoto House 4 ~ Detailed Model ~".

Kumamoto House: Concept model

This time, it's a story that expresses the concept.

I think the concept model is the most suitable for expressing the concept.

The axonometric perspective, which expresses the internal space a little more, is easy for the owner to understand and imagine.

Like the model, let's put people in Perth.

The sense of scale and atmosphere
It is expressed strongly.

At Kumamoto's house, I had the image of children playing on the terrace on the second floor.

It expresses the atmosphere of "children playing".

Axonometrics give a good idea of ​​the spatial composition.

Here, one wall is erased for expression.

We will examine "what is the Void that connects the living room on the 1st floor and the corridor (road space) on the 2nd floor".

You can think of the concept from a different angle than the model.

These drawings are
Clearly express the concept of the work.

It is very useful for creating and "revalidating the concept of the work".

Layout (Copyright: YDS)

If you create it during design or construction, the design will be further developed.

In reality, it is difficult because it is full of payments and cost adjustments.

After creating such a drawing, create an image in your own mind and proceed with the design while having fun.

Design in your head
It is also good to reconfirm.

Please see the completed photo below.

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