We looked at construction and materials in week 5 of our study of the Barcelona Pavilion.
I chose to look at the assembly of one of the main walls of the pavilion as it is incredibly prominent item within the pavilion. I drew an A2 exploded axonometric in pencil with some additional details not shown in the attached image, with coloured pencil rendering.
Week 4 of our Barcelona Pavilion study tasked us with looking at form and function.
I produced a 4D perspective drawing, because I wanted to look at the pavilion in a different way and to take an unusual approach. The effect from this drawing distorts the lines and uses illusion to make something unique.
In week 3 of our Barcelona Pavilion study we looked at drawing techniques for plans, sections and elevations. I produced this drawing by hand with light pencil rendering.
In week 2 of our study of the Barcelona Pavilion we looked at light. I chose to look at the way the pavilion was lit up at night, and the effect this had on the water. I produced this A2 image in charcoal, rubbing away the light areas to produce a light/dark contrast.