path studio work|FALL 2006

DAN HUDOCK

second half semester: SCHENLEY PATH PROJECT

Students picked a 128' by 128' plot within Schenely Park, and asked to develop systems assigned to wind, precipitation, sunlight, tree canopy & trunks, and horizon. We then picked a 16' by 128' swatch and were instructed to develop a path to traverse the terrain and provide visitors with an overall experience of the site and all of its elements.

Study Models of Wind systems

   

128' by 128' Study Model with Wind, Precipitation, Sunlight, and Tree Trunks & Canopies

   

128' by 128' Study Model with Wind, Precipitation, Sunlight, and Tree Trunks & Canopies

     

128' by 128' Study Model with Wind, Precipitation, Sunlight, and Tree Trunks & Canopies (Plan View)

   

128' by 128' Study Model with Wind, Precipitation, Sunlight, and Tree Trunks & Canopies

   

128' by 128' Study Model with Wind, Precipitation, Sunlight, and Tree Trunks & Canopies

   

The lamp that fell into my final model as I was documenting...

 

Interior View of my Path Model

Long View of my Path Model

Elevation View of Path

Reverse View of Elevation

Close-up view of enclosed area of my Path Model

Perspective View of my Path Model

Frontal View

Interior Downhill view of my Path Model

Perspective Rear View of Model

 

Downhill Perspective

Overhead Plan View of Model