SOL•ACE

entry to the Museum of Outdoor Art's annual Design + Build Competition

SOL•ACE is a large barrel cactus-like structure, complete with green walls, a floral fiberglass chandelier encircled by a stained glass external ring, and an interactive art piece in the center of the ground floor. It serves as a desert sanctuary for people to connect with nature, art, and ultimately, themselves. Team members included: Natalie Tran, Spencer Lee, Keita Kadokura, May Han, and Rebecca Chan (me). My roles including brainstorming the overall concept; logo design, design of shelves, flower "crown", and layout of the green walls using SketchUp. Programs: SketchUp, Twilight Render, and Photoshop. Completed Summer 2020. 

Final Report
Final Report

Slide 1 | Natalie Tran was in charge of putting the report together.

Slide 9
Slide 9

Inspiration for name of project

Slide 25
Slide 25

Green wall planters information

Final Report
Final Report

Slide 1 | Natalie Tran was in charge of putting the report together.

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Selected slides from the SOL•ACE report

Renderings/Visualizations
Renderings/Visualizations

Full exterior view of the structure

Renderings/Visualizations
Renderings/Visualizations

Entrance way into the structure featuring people and the Community Cactus

Renderings/Visualizations
Renderings/Visualizations

Aerial view to showcase the stained glass ring + green wall

Renderings/Visualizations
Renderings/Visualizations

Full exterior view of the structure

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Renderings for the SOL•ACE report | Programs: Sketchup, Twilight Render, and Photoshop