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|Title:||DESA1002 'Nine Quarter City' - <Yuying Liu>|
Architecture & Allied Arts
Nine Quarter City
|Abstract:||My model is a theatre in Isfahan.It is a local theatre which can contain 300 hundred people.One side of the theatre is facing the street the other side is facing the sea. The side facing the street is the main load bearing wall. The matrial is mass stone. The thick stone can keep the building inside cool as Isfahan is quite a hot city. The stone is painted colourful outside.The other side of the theatre is glass covered as it is facing the sea, people inside can see the waterview from the window.I located a cafe inside along this side, peolpe can walk out to the the yard at the same time. Then come into my building, I leave a long continous space in the middle, people can directly get into the auditorium without misleading.I leave all the severed rooms on the left side nd sevant rooms on the right side. There are two entrances of the auditorium, one is at the back one is in the front. Considered about the function of the auditorium, I leave two AV rooms at the back of the auditorium and a light control room at the back of the stage. And there is a dressing room for actors at the back of the stage. In order to keep the pravite, I leave a stair for the stuff and actors specially. Then come to the roof. I leave 3 highlights in order to let some light come into the building from the top. As the stage need to be higher for actors to rise up, I leave a stage tower which is higher than the average height of the roof. In order to corresspond to this stage tower, I make these three highlights with special shapes and higher like the stage tower. That's all my building- a theatre.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Architecture & Allied Arts|
|Rights and Permissions:||Author retains copyright of this work|
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|Appears in Collections:||DESA1002 – 2008|
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