The primary goal of an architectural presentation is to effectively present design concepts.
The National Discovery Museum in Bangkok addresses the continuing of motion within the urban structure. By intertwining the circulation patterns with the urban context, the building paths and open spaces overlap with that of the city. With this narrative in mind, it was fundamental to express it in the final presentation boards. The way I though more convincing was to intertwine the main drawings together as a major composite work.
The National Discovery Museum project board was produced for the final project, for the Infrastructural Morphology studio ARCH 201, UC Berkeley, 2008.