FORM, SPACE, AND ORDER PRELIMINARY FORM MODELS
site analysis on site sketches & spacial considerations
ELEVATIONS PROPOSED OUTDOOR SPACe
The "Bee Shack" pavilion's perforated design resembles an organic beehive, in honor of the SCAD mascot, Art the Bee. The hexagon pattern is constructed to let in natural light from every angle, while still providing a lightweight, sustainable shelter illustrated in the laser cut shell of hexagons. The east side (back wall) of the space is connected organically off the SCAD museum. The "Bee Shack" serves its function as a much needed cafe, hosting a SCAD run food truck that offers a variety of culinary options. The plan for the space is flexible, with all of furniture and seating made to be movable and expandable as needed. The location of the pavilion is a central SCAD pathway, with buildings surrounding ranging from Eichberg, the home to building arts classes, the freshman dorms, the school bookstore, Crtiz Hall (the performing arts building), and the SCAD Museum of Art. As a result, the space is fit for a multitude of functions, whether it be class meeting outside, place for a convenient lunch, large scale project work space, or simply a place to relax on a nice day. The "Bee Shack" would serve as a place for all majors to cross pollinate while enjoying the pleasing, natural environment that Savannah has to offer.
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN MODEL OUTDOOR STUDENT SPACE