Modeling

SECTION OF WALL CREATED FOR ENLARGED DETAIL ANALYSIS CONSTRUCTED FROM CRESCENT BOARD

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CRESCENT BOARD MODEL OF AN OVERALL SITE

A MODEL MADE OUT OF PLASTIC AND IS CREATED MATHEMATICALLY USING A PROTOTYPING MACHINE

SHOWS NEW BUILDINGS TO BE CONSTRUCTED ON A SITE WITH EXISTING BUILDINGS AND WAS CONSTRUCTED SO THAT THOSE NOT FAMILIAR WITH ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS COULD COMPREHEND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OLD AND NEW

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SSA

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A STUDY MODEL OF ONE SECTION OF A BUILDING TO ALLOW THE DESIGNERS AND OWNERS TO SEE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OUTSIDE AND INSIDE. THIS MODEL WAS CONSTRUCTED OF FOAM CORE AND PINNED TOGETHER TEMPORARILY TO ALLOW THE SAME MODEL TO BE USED TO TRY VARIOUS SCENARIOS.

CREATED FROM THE SAME ELECTRONIC MODEL THAT SSA USED TO COMPARE DAYLIGHTING DESIGN AND MAKE AN ANIMATION. IT IS MADE OF PLASTIC ON A PROTOTYPING MACHINE. THE ABILITY TO USE THE SAME ELECTRONIC DATA TO DO BOTH ELECTRONIC AND PHYSICAL MODELING IS VALUABLE IN TERMS OF COST AND TIME PRODUCTIVITY.

A CRESCENT BOARD MODEL THAT SHOWS THE OLD BUILDINGS, THEN NEW BUILDINGS AND LARGE LANDSCAPING ITEMS IN ORDER TO MAKE UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIPS MODE COMPREHENSIBLE. IT TOO HAS REMOVABLE/REPLICABLE PARTS TO MAKE BEFORE AND AFTER UNDERSTANDABLE.

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ELECTRONIC MODELING OF DAYLIGHTING.