A collection of work by students at the WSA

Modelling is an important part of the architectural design process. A series of modelling workshops developed students understanding of how a model can represent a range of features in a building. Each workshop focused on a different material.

Students redrew plans, sections and elevations to help create a 1.100 interpretive maquette to scale whilst considering construction materials. Volume & form, wall thicknesses and textures, openings and materials were all considerations in forming the models.

Week 1 – Brick and stone

Modelling Brick and Stone
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Work by students at the WSA

Week 2 – Timber and metal

Modelling Timber and Metal
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Work by students at the WSA

Week 3– Concrete

Modelling Concrete
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Work by students at the WSA