Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Second draft-without the landscape acting as support for bridge
Second draft- no balestrade. Experimenting with different textures.
First draft- experimenting with how the structure might work and colour.
Images of the office spaces
Monday, June 14, 2010
TABLE AND CHAIRS
I tried to upload it all as one file, but it wouldn't work and kept saying it was too big so had to resort to uploading each component individually.
This is a top view of the bridge. The idea behind the bridge is about the journey to power. In undertaking such a journey, one seldom knows where one will end and therefore the outcome is largely unexpected and unknown. The outcome however is goverened by the choices and directions one takes along the way, and whilst the journey may be different for everyone, the destination is often the same. Therefore my bridge attempts to allow for different routes that lead in the same direction. Similar to a journey, the path is not always obvious.
Merkel elevator keys: 'l'- down
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Henceforth I am resolved to be myself, to live my own life and write my own thoughts [as] she is known for her pragmatism and ability to compromise. She inspires confidence [as she] believes it is nice to be important, but it's more important to be nice. [To] embrace[d] life enthusiastically [and not] lose sight of yourself in the process.
To be [my] absolute best, it is certain that my own thoughts [are impacted by] those I read... because what I read becomes the very substance and texture of my mind. Some people underestimated her [but] she was chosen to lead [and her] profit was that she knew how to rejoice. [She] lived everyday from the point of view of gratitude and appreciation. [Thus] her renown, he said, will [would] endure a thousand years.
Source: Di Cant, "Miranda Kerr Interview," Fasion and Design, Our Brisbane: love where you live, http://www.ourbrisbane.com/shopping/fashion-and-design/miranda-kerr-interview (accessed 24th May 2010).
Source: Cynthia Ozick, "What Helen Keller Saw: The making of a writer," The New Yorker http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2003/06/16/030616crat_atlarge?currentPage=3 (accessed on 24th May 2010).