At this writing, Aaslestad Preservation Consulting, llc is in the middle of a project to document the NC State Capitol building (1840) in Raleigh. The exterior surfaces are being documented both in line drawing and hybrid imagery. When this is wrapped up, the interiors will be given a similar treatment. These drawings will then be augmented by a series of detail drawings capturing the many rooms’ unique door and window profiles, friezes and such. Stay tuned!
Line Drawing indicating the individual stones that compose the facade.
Hybrid Drawing incorporating rectified photographs of the individual stones that compose the facade into the line drawing. Note that the patches of sunlight shown here are a little confusing. This will have to be re-shot under better light conditions.
Some obstruction with regard to adjacent vegetation…
In this sheet, a new shot of the column will be required…
The dome is not safely accessible on all 8 sides; shown here are the three types of elevation (beneath the dome itself) that are repeated)
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Morven Park Barn Complex
Above and below are screen shots (from AutoCAD) showing a group of rectified images assembled into model space depicting the existing conditions of one of three separate structures recently documented at Morven Park in Leesburg, VA.
Morven Park's Corbell House
For this project, the “drawings” are really a series of boundaries to rectified imagery organized onto different drawing layers.
Farm Manager Residence
All of the rectified images shown have been desaturated in order to make them read more clearly. Color versions are also provided.
Exterior Masonry at Fort Sumter, Charleston, SC
After shooting a series of photographs of the old Southern stronghold in October I’ve just completed a set of forty seven tabloid size sheets that capture and represent the existing conditions of the exterior walls and courtyard elevations. These will be used later in the year as the basis for a study that will clearly distinguish different periods of masonry and masonry infill in order to create a viable preservation plan.
Scal-able Photographs of the Entry to Fort Sumter
Rectified Photographs of the Fort's interior elevations
The drawings and rectified images (hybrid drawings) are laid out for plotting at the architectural scale of 1/4″=1′-0″ – but can be printed at larger scales if needed.
Detail View (can be enlarged further)
Scope of Work / Key Plan
There is now a new page describing an interesting collaboration with a San Francisco based furniture designer this past summer. Here is a link.
Table by Ryan Wickre of Fixed Design
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Tagged 30403, Bookmatched, calibration, Coffee Table, collaboration, Fixed Design, hybrid drawings, Oregon Myrtle, Photogrammetry, rectified photography, Ryan Wickre
The following project pages have been updated: