1. Port Perspective

1. Port Perspective

Understanding ship construction and using it as a design tool was one of the main challenges of this project. We maintained the roughness of the used vessel with our intervention. Our drawings took a similar path. In order to simulate the space’s intended qualities and atmosphere, hand and digital drawings, found objects, site photographs, 3D renderings, and physical model photographs were layered.

2. Hull Plans

2. Hull Plans

3. Superstructure Plans

3. Superstructure Plans

4. Longitudinal Section at Center Line

4. Longitudinal Section at Center Line

5. Theatre Perspective

5. Theatre Perspective

6. Theatre Mechanism

6. Theatre Mechanism

We now expose the public to the starry sky, the summer chill, the saltiness, the motion of the sea and the metal sounds.

Index

1. Port Perspective
2012
46.81″ x 33.11″
SketchUp, site photo, Photoshop

2. Hull Plans
2012
46.81″ x 33.11″
AutoCAD, SketchUp, pencil on paper, Photoshop

3. Superstructure Plans
2012
46.81″ x 33.11″
AutoCAD, SketchUp, pencil on paper, Photoshop

4. Longitudinal Section at Center Line
2012
90″ x 33.11″
AutoCAD, SketchUp, pencil on paper, Photoshop

5. Theatre Perspective
2012
46.81″ x 33.11″
Sketchup, Kerkythea, pencil on paper, Photoshop

6. Theater Perspective with Mechanism
2012
46.81″ x 33.11″
SketchUp, Kerkythea, pencil on paper, Photoshop