*Drawings and models II
01. Serial elevation oblique longitudinal sections and cross sections
“An autonomous object, the bunker is linked to its environment by a relationship that is not only that of foreground to background but, conversely, that of background to foreground.” In contrast to the hidden terrain that the bunker lives within, this project fractures the topography as it reaches the surface it’s buried beneath.
Virilio, Paul. Bunker Archeology. Architectural Press, 1994.
02. Ground level: 1. Entrance 2. Housing 3. Cafeteria/grocery 4.Temple 5. Baths 6. Group therapy 7. Community recreations 8. Terraced gardening 9. Green space 10. Primary subterranean access
03. Basement level four: 1. Entrance lobby 2. Study 3. Yoga 4. Reading room 5. Baths 6. Group therapy 7. Community recreations 8. Terraced gardening 9. Support/technical 10. Primary subterranean access 11. Underground tunnel 12. Vantage point
04. Worm’s eye rendering depicting carved ground condition
Instructed by Maxi Spina