B.Arch. Year 3, Gallery 2
Ryan Gann. The concrete chapel works to resolve quality of light in a place of space and contemplation. Located in a field, the chapel is a destination of extruded mass and weight, grounded in reality while extending itself towards the heavens. 1 of 3.
Ryan Gann, "Chapel." 2 of 3.
Ryan Gann, "Chapel." 3 of 3.
Hannah Rosenthal, "Montessori School." 1 of 2.
Hannah Rosenthal, "Montessori School." 2 of 2.
Daniel Caven, "Big Sky Ski Lodge." The design is focused on programmatic spaces and view orientations. The plan for the lodge is programmed as a long and linear open floor plan that is separated by the form that restricts view and sight through the entire plan. Functionally, the building is able to operate as one continuous plan that still preserves the private and public sectors. 1 of 3.
Daniel Caven, "Big Sky Ski Lodge." 2 of 3.
Daniel Caven, "Big Sky Ski Lodge." 3 of 3.
Jingyu Lee, "Warming Hut." The design of the warming hut is a large monolithic concrete block into which programmatic spaces are “carved.” The conceptual approach formulates with snow and fire. The entry space is located underneath a vertical funnel that collects snow while the fireplace is located by a large window opening that captures a view of the mountain panorama. 1 of 2.
Jingyu Lee, "Warming Hut." 2 of 2.
Jingyu Lee, "Ski Lodge." The ski lodge is engaged with the sloped topography of the mountain, allowing skiers that ski downhill to be invited into the public area of the building while the lodge allows the ski patrol personnel to launch downhill from their unit. The design concept, “concrete cube,” plays with the heaviness of concrete and the particular lighting conditions. 1 of 1.