Scale, Occupancy, Movement

Henry Black

  • FA.18
  • Level: graduate
  • Discipline: Architecture
  • Program: M.Arch +3
  • Instructor: Lisa Little

In the first project in the fall studio to begin with the concept of human scale and the occupancy of architecture, we were to design varying size spaces and the circulation needed to move through the structure. The design was based off of a section of the architecture building at USC. The section becomes the central ribs of the structure that enclose the circulation of the building. Tapered extrusions extend out from the circulation corridor at varying degrees to create different views to either side as you move through the different rooms.