National School of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tunis
the project consists on creating different sequencies through the project, the project is open then close on the person then reopen again to create a small… more
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Heterotopic spaces are real life practical spaces.
Incorporating bricks with greenery to design spaces is a good approach.
The idea of staggering the space will attract kids to the space.
Reusing of materials is a good approach, as designs in the future needs to be much more environmental oriented.
Points to Improve.
When designing public spaces, thought process should run along,
WHO are group of users?
WHY people need to come here?
WHAT will the designed space could cater people?
HOW will the space attract people?
Could have used public charging points.
How could people use the space during the day time with the scorching sun?
When presenting public spaces always relate it to the context. Context plays a major role in designing public spaces.
Always show the context in 3D visualized images and drawings.
Passage ways to be widened. In a public space leave space at least 2 people to cross. Minimum of 1500mm.
Overall design is very much appreciable.
Dear Vijesandiran Vidhushan, i appreciate your points in the way to clear more the idea and the urbanisme and who will occupy the place, the questions who why what and how are very important and i will focus on them in my next project and add more details depending on the situation and localisation of the project
the project consists on creating different sequencies through the project, the project is open then close on the person then reopen again to create a small plaza then reclose again to create a more intime spaces for visitors, the sequencies in the project are essentially related to nature throught the year the nature changes and gives the place a different mean in throught the year,
the use of brick and mirrors in this project is essential, for bricks are the result of our extraction to create a more intime space we dig into the earth and mirrors are the result of the want to make the place feels bigger without using more materials
The brick is extracted from the location and then treated with other extra ingredients to change the colour