HOW TO BUILD KIT OF PARTS
To help visualize actual assembly of the treated wood and the actual production sizes in the Community Creation Center I created a simple view of pieces falling into place as an example that could expand among more technical configurations below. The steps of the assemblies hint at a long term goal of how to one could show how their own form was put together beyond the concept for others to build off of or use.
I learned a lot working with Vedale Hill a few years ago with how given the tools and directions even children can build great things that get more complex over time from something as simple as a box.
Perspective view of pulled apart arrangement.
The ability to open, close, and transport a form is shown here, in this case for commerce.
Section view of the treated wood kit of parts. This includes 2', 3', 5' sizes in different forms as well as middle straight, hinged, and angled pieces that get fit into the 6" open sides. The idea is to wheat paste or simply paint on the parts and be able to screw them together easily.
For a better understanding of assembly, shown here is how the pieces "fall" into place on the foundation/platform and then get screwed in.
This model was created to be able to arrange parts at a 1" = 1' scale standing alone or against the example mural that's function was a table and bench in this case. The hope was to make a game of adding parts on and seeing what spaces or rooms could be created for play and learning.