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the model form last semester's teamwork project. it's supposed to be a (part of a) primary school. i don't take credit for the model, i only helped a little. i did take the photos and had a major part in the design and the technical drawings. don't ask about the facade, it's complicated. ;)
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bulaw Featured By Owner May 13, 2013
that is one nice material for elevations :D I love the leaves!
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masseva Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Student General Artist
thanks! :)
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debesiukUpieva Featured By Owner May 2, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
i loooooove this facade texture/background/wallpaper i don't know how exactly to name it :}
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masseva Featured By Owner May 2, 2008  Student General Artist
well, the facade or the building is supposed to be this way, the one of the model is simply printed, but you get the idea. ;)
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masseva Featured By Owner May 2, 2008  Student General Artist
the facade is made from perforated metal sheets. the holes are smaller and closer to one another on the dark parts and bigger and looser on the leaves, which creates the "colour difference"... aaand, as you can see, i also have no idea how to describe it, so it`s not your fault. ;)
we chose the leaf pattern (and therefore the slanted columns, which should resemble tree trunks) because of the immense quantity of trees north from the building. and it`s a primary school, so we wanted something on the facade.
glad you like it. and thank you for the favs and the watch! :D
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icarosteel Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008
looks nice...the model and design.
wow, to make these models always take much time, ahhhh, the old days!! :D
my sister is on the first semester of Architecture and right now, a minutes ago, she finished a model, it took her a couple of sleepless nights!!:coffeemachine:
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masseva Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008  Student General Artist
i'm always filled with dread at the end of every semester, when the time comes for a final presentation model. drawing three days and nights straight - no problem, been there, done that. but a final model? oh, the horror! i'm losing sleep just thinking about thesis models - next semester for me.
i only helped in the final stages of this one - windows, columns and putting it together. but right now i'm making something like a portfolio for the project. i'll upload it when i'm done.
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icarosteel Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008
but, I guess, the final models are worked in group, a teamwork,no?..if not, it's a lot of work!!!:(
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masseva Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008  Student General Artist
only if it's a teamwork project - and that's rare. when not it's each man for himself. i still remember my nervous breakdown at the end of 7th semester, after i spent over 48h on a row on the final model and still finished it an hour late...
making models in a group could be kinda fun though :)
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icarosteel Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008
yeah, those final presentations are always very stressful!!!
we, on the final semesters (9 and 10) worked in group, at first was very funny, but, at the end almost ended up with the rest as enemies (joking)!!!!
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masseva Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008  Student General Artist
we just keep fighting over what music to listen to while working together or simply in the same room. fights like this could get pretty heated at 3 am. ;)
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icarosteel Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2008
:D :D :D wow, at least with my friends listened the same music!! ;)
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Judgeman2021 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student Interface Designer
what can i expect in my first year of college? Cause im going to Philadelphia University for Architecture.
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masseva Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student General Artist
well... my uni is somewhat different. here they merge architecture, urbanism and landscape planning into one for the first year - because this year is for learning the basics of this and that, and expanding your horizon to all kinds of ideas and possibilities. after this year you could also choose to switch from architecture to urbanism for example (without loosing credits and stuff), if you find that it suits you better. we also draw a lot and make some weird artsy assignments - the idea is to open your mind and learn how to be creative.
i don't know how it is in the states or elsewhere though and what differences there could be. so just open your mind and have fun :)
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Judgeman2021 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student Interface Designer
thanks. From what i heard at an open house. We have a five-year arch program. And the first year is dedicated to weeding out those who aren't fit for the job. Then it gets easier then harder as you go along to 4th year. And we also have study abroad, go to different countries and learn there. So yeah i have alot ahead of me.
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masseva Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student General Artist
studying abroad for a semester or two sounds nice. then again, i´m not studying in my homeland anyway. ;)
what you have ahead for sure: many sleepless nights (plus the stress when it just wont print - you cannot get past that one) and most of all - tons of fun. :D wish you luck with your first year - blow them away!
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Judgeman2021 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student Interface Designer
thanks

have an orange
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Judgeman2021 Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2008  Student Interface Designer
very nice.
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