Water meets land... an ebb and flow of activity... daily and seasonal rhythms... a reservoir... a sanctuary... a tidal pool... a reef... an exchange... an ecological system... a ferry/cruise ship terminal.
ARC2001/3001 M/Th 14:00-17:00 instructor: John Stanislav Sadar
William Tymms, Exploded axonometric view of an inhabitable volume
An axonometric showing the individual components, materials and structure of the inhabitable volumes.
William Tymms, Conceptual collage
An early photomontage experimenting with a developmental volume within the context of Station Pier.
William Tymms, 1:20 detail of the space frame construction
Structural detail describing the construction of the inhabitable volumes as well as the way they are connected to the space frame.
William Tymms, Final model
An image of the final model showing the domestic terminal on the left and the international terminal on the right. These are surrounded by residential and commercial spaces. Everything is linked by the tram link which runs through the middle.
William Tymms, View of Station Marina
A view of the Queen Mary II docking at Station Marina from an existing lookout point. The image also shows how the marina bridges Webb Dock and Station Pier gatehouse.
William Tymms, Internal Render
View looking south-west through the international terminal. The image gives a sense of the suspended inhabitable volumes as well as the trussed superstructure.
Hang Jiang, Site Analysis
Site and relationship with the city
Hang Jiang, Roof Diagram
Roof geometry study and precedent
Hang Jiang, Structure Diagram
Structure elements and precedent
Hang Jiang, Scheme Diagram
Entire scheme and space transformation
Hang Jiang, Circulation Diagram
Existing and proposed circulation of vehicles and people
Hang Jiang, Physical Model
Multiple images of physical model
Hang Jiang, Schematic Plans
Plans of different floors
Hang Jiang, Interior Render
Render shows the interior view of international terminal