THE WOVEN WALL - TRAJECTORY: SKETCH OF THE SITE USING HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY RECORDS

THE WOVEN WALL

RMIT - INTERIOR DESIGN TUTOR: Ross McLeod Exploration of the old CUB site in Melbourne through a series of exercises. Trajectory explores the site through historical records of the original plans of the brewery, title deeds, geological and contour maps. These elements are layered over each other, and a site sketch is made weaving various elements together forming a subjective wall of trajectories.
THE WOVEN WALL - WEAVE: TRAJECTORY SITE SKETCH AS A PHYSICAL MODEL Weave is the realisation of the trajectories sketch in a model. Two dimensional images are printed onto panels as fragments of a now visually porous facade. Two areas in the wall appear as spaces of possible inhabitation but they are set at the top of the wall and have no access nor floor. They are flights of fancy only realised in our daydreams as we stand on the woven wall.
THE WOVEN WALL - WEAVE: THE PAVILION

PROJECTS

THE WOVEN WALL - TRAJECTORY: SKETCH OF THE SITE USING HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY RECORDS
RMIT - INTERIOR DESIGN TUTOR: Ross McLeod Exploration of the old CUB site in Melbourne through a series of exercises. Trajectory explores the site through historical records of the original plans of the brewery, title deeds, geological and contour maps. These elements are layered over each other, and a site sketch is made weaving various elements together forming a subjective wall of trajectories.
THE WOVEN WALL - WEAVE: TRAJECTORY SITE SKETCH AS A PHYSICAL MODEL Weave is the realisation of the trajectories sketch in a model. Two dimensional images are printed onto panels as fragments of a now visually porous facade. Two areas in the wall appear as spaces of possible inhabitation but they are set at the top of the wall and have no access nor floor. They are flights of fancy only realised in our daydreams as we stand on the woven wall.
THE WOVEN WALL - WEAVE: THE PAVILION

PROJECTS

RMIT  - INTERIOR DESIGN

TUTOR: Ross McLeod

Exploration of the old CUB site in Melbourne through a series of exercises. Trajectory explores the site through historical records of the original plans of the brewery, title deeds, geological and contour maps. These elements are layered over each other, and  a site sketch is made weaving various elements together forming a subjective wall of trajectories.

Weave is the realisation of the trajectories sketch in a model. Two dimensional images are printed onto panels as fragments of a now visually porous facade. Two areas in the wall appear as spaces of possible inhabitation but they are set at the top of the wall and have no access nor floor. They are flights of fancy only realised in our daydreams as we stand on the woven wall.

PROJECTS