Category Archive: Emily Lefebvre

The Dairy House Addition – Final Documentation

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Drawings (PDF Link) From the exploration I did regarding The Dairy House by architect Charlotte Skene Catling, I chose my theme of opposition. My theme came about when I was working on the model… Continue reading

The Dairy House – Development of the Addition

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From our most recent critique, I realized that I need to focus my presentation and explorations to showcase the units I have created. These units come together to create a wall and with the… Continue reading

The Dairy House – Addition Proposal Presentation

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The Dairy House Year: 2008 Architect: Charlotte Skene Catling Location: Rural Estate, Somerset, England Theme: Opposition Theme derived from realisation of complete differences from the original dairy house and the new addition. From… Continue reading

The Eyes of The Skin | Opposition

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The comparison Juhani Pallasmaa makes between architecture and the senses blends the two seemingly opposite forces into one. He talks as if the human body and architecture is one item compared to two… Continue reading

Exploration through the Dairy House

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Focusing on the addition of wood and glass on the The Dairy House helped me focus my theme of opposition. I chose to focus on the additions ability to create privacy through transparency… Continue reading

The Dairy House- Midterm Review

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The review I received for my midterm was very constructive. I chose a theme a duality/opposition which we came to realization that if I’m going to stick with this theme that I would… Continue reading

The Dairy House – Analysis

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As I got further into my model process, I began to see that the addition and the original farm house barely had a connection. I was treating them as two different houses completely.… Continue reading

The Dairy House – Model Process

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Given the task of making a model for “the Dairy House” has been quite a process so far. Starting with deciding to make the addition part of the model out of wood and… Continue reading

The Dairy House

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        My first impression greatly depends on which angle you viewed the house and at what time. If you were to view this addition from the rear retaining wall at… Continue reading