Monday, 29 June 2015

Image Captures

Site Plan: The architecture is a series of interconnecting geometric shapes, linked by a series of angular asymmetric bridges.

Site from aerial view.
Architecture as viewed from UNSW Campus towards NIDA
One of the 6 angular linking bridges between the lecture theaters and student workshops and meeting area.

Above, Library, Below Gallery Space, both connected by a hexagonal elevator enclosed in an organic yet angular trunk form.

Library space and study areas.

Gallery and exhibition space.

Staff offices and meeting areas

One of two meeting rooms featuring my rotational texture.

Student reaserch space and computer labs below.

Student reserch space internally viewed, featuring my linear texture.

Lecture theatres connected through two tubular spiral staircases. 

Internal view of lecture theater.

Roof gardens used to increase the environmental impact of the structure and reduce CO2 emissions.

Bridge leading from computer labs to library and gallery space.

Elevator between Gallery and Library featuring my Scalar texture, an ironic wood imitation print on concrete

Rooftop Garden on research lab segment,

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