I started off this week experiemting with creating pieces of furniture in Fusion 360, I created some really intriguing peices such as a wall piece, a coffee table and even an outdoor chair. The wall art consists of a geoemtric panel which has these triangular latices attached to one another. The coffee table is rather simple yet pleasant to the eye, my aim with this design was to import it into meshmixer and create this voronoi pattern. Unfortunately the computer kept on crashing when I started to render the shape, but I imported the stl into some online version where it creates a similar pattern but not exactly in the same style or quality when compared to meshmixer. instead I decided to create a render in fusion which you can see down below. For the stone seat I created this in Fusion and then imported it into sketchup, It created this geoemtric mesh which when looked at from a far just looks like a black surface but when zoomed in on you can see the gemeotric net that its made up of, when I try to add texture to the object it doesnt turn the whole object to the correct colour, just tiny geoemtric sections. I thought that by turning off hidden geoemtry in view, that it would dissappear but this is not the case. I had some further problems importing these stls from fusion into sketchup as for the stone seat, it imported straight away but for the other designs it would say that it had imported the design but it just wouldnt be there in the skethup file which was rather odd. The main coffee table which is in the interior section of the Barcelona Pavilion is this contoured concrete table which has a glass top and has been designed in sketchup.
Some other problems that I ran into was no matter what I changed the dimension of the texture image imported from google images to, it would not change. I asked my students, teacher and researched online but couldnt find the reason for this, however I really did like the aesthetic that it produced, so I guess its a bit of a happy accident. I also created a series of interior and exterior views for my final submission, I really enjoyed experimenting with different angles, perspective and also focal points. It was great learning how to use elevations too.