findings \ soft and subtle
jumpcut \\ intersecting arcs

jumpcut \\ intersecting arcs

jumpcut // intersecting arcs

jumpcut // intersecting arcs

3-week design exercise based on sectional interpretations, gsd core I

 The jumpcut specifically investigates on the possibilities of merging two sets of rotated grids.  By adopting the formal language of arches and half arches, walls that extends from the cut are made to avoid direct collision when they overlap, but instead, create a spatial collision.  Within such moments, one will be drawn to the effect of spatial collision and will no longer be able to tell precisely which sets of grid, or rather, which side of the jumpcut, is one residing in. 

The jumpcut specifically investigates on the possibilities of merging two sets of rotated grids.  By adopting the formal language of arches and half arches, walls that extends from the cut are made to avoid direct collision when they overlap, but instead, create a spatial collision.  Within such moments, one will be drawn to the effect of spatial collision and will no longer be able to tell precisely which sets of grid, or rather, which side of the jumpcut, is one residing in. 

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jumpcut_massing.jpg
jumpcut_sketch_model_2.jpg
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jumpcut_sketchelevation.jpg
jumpcut_acrylic.jpg
jumpcut_sketch_model_1.jpg
jumpcut_plan.jpg
jumpcut_Finalmodel2.jpg
jumpcut_Finalmodel1.jpg