The Salt Lake Institute designed by Louis Kahn might be one of the most straightforward examples that I can think about. Even though in this building there is no mystery or complexity, the buildings enclosing the […]
1) Having a higher density equals having more possibilities and activity which can be translated to growth in almost every sense. This of course as long at is properly controlled and does not go into the extremes.
2) High density biggest challenge is the supply of every service to sustain high quality life in a reduced space. These could be…[Read more]
Public spaces, better said, the lack of them may influence the everyday interactions of people as well as their well being. In some regions they can be used as parameters to measure the overall quality of life in […]
So I decided to add the Iceberg by CEBRA architects for the task regarding the form of a building in relation to the function. In this case CEBRA decided to create the ceilings to allow the maximum use of the plot with the max amount of daylight and view to the bay. This in turn gave the expressive and functional form that the housing…[Read more]
Hello everyone, sorry for the late answers; one way I tend to restrict myself during my work experience was through the use of building codes, building program, plot dimension and shape, and typology. The first three usually will give me the technical info that I need to make sure that is included during the development of the project and will as…[Read more]