Architecture 334 taught by Chiu-Shui Chan, Ph.D. has offered students a tremendous amount of information in Revit modeling. The project that I developed was the OZ House designed by Swatt | Miers Architects and Ron Herman as the landscape architect. The project was completed in 2010 and is located in Silicon Valley, California.
This class focused on modeling in Revit and presenting that information on a personal website that was also created for Arch 334. This class has taught me more about the concepts of the internet. How to do preliminary modeling in AutoCAD. And a vast range of skills involving Revit which include: site modeling, importing files, creating/editing families, stairs, walls, roofs, renderings, schedules, cost estimates, and grids to model structure. This list of attribute will benefit my future career in architecture and allow me to accurately represent designs.
Exterior Rendering of OZ House from the South lawn.
Exterior Rendering of OZ House from South-East
Section Box rendering of the site that shows the great topography of the site.
Interior rendering of the Great Room. This Rendering shows the great amount of natural light that gives the house its beach feel and showcases the innovative glass walkway on the second floor.
I hope you enjoyed the work posted on this website.
I would also like to thank Chui-Shui Chan for the extra time and effort he put in while teaching Arch 334. The class has been a great learning experience.