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The L.A. Classroom

The L.A. Classroom

Year: 2018

Course: Arch 202B

In this project, I re-situated my material interpretations from my analysis of the Gehry House, this time in relationship to form, by first gathering contextual information from one of five existing industrial-sized sheds found in the city of Los Angeles. Existing materials found on or near the shed will become material fodder to leverage in the work. An area of 30 feet x 30 feet of each shed’s corner condition will become the area to inform the design of a classroom for one instructor and fifteen students. In this case, I analyzed the triple pitch roof shed with a truss framing system to further define new spatial conditions, while emphasizing the shed’s structural system and materiality.