While we were studying our ADS, we assigned to quote a part of the buildings. It was hard assignment, you may think how because we are taking something directly from an existing building but that was the problem. I mean what can I quote or in which circumstances, it become a quote or so on. I faced a lot of questions and those were only some minor problems.
I decided to look for other groups assigned buildings and after that I saw The Beinecke Library. It grasped my attention because it was a library that has no window. I tried to find the reason of it then I saw a mass inside the building which includes only rare books. Because those rare books can damage by sunlight, architects applied a special façade. I wanted to quote the rare books area. I tried to make an area that can not experienced directly by visitors but only visual. Also, because there is a visual dominance of that area and because I wanted to save it I merged it with The Grimm Center’s floors. The point is that was not a quotation because I changed their dimensions, but I learned at least.
Here, you can see model and quotation sheet.