Haaris Zafar Khan
Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi
Urban Design and Landscape
The projects aims to mitigate the traumatic experience of their memory of the citizens of Sopore, Kashmir suffering from PTSD and promote the construction of a cohesive society by designing the community space for PTSD survivors of conflict as a an architecture intervention.
This is a beautiful scheme, which could be supplemented by visualization from each important part, and numbering could easily be used, as is often the case in important places on maps.
You use quite violent graphics, so maybe it would be appropriate to combine it with something a little pleasant, so that there is a clear contrast between the "bad" outside and the peace inside. In this picture, I would choose more pleasant colors and visuals, still a little playful. Because when all the visual elements are unpleasant, it will be difficult for the average observer to spend a long time. It should be visible visually that this is a place where it will be pleasant to be.
It is same as previous comment - I would choose more pleasant colors and visuals, still a little playful. It should be visible visually that this is a place where it will be pleasant to be. Sky is a bit too dark, i miss colours there.
I would like to see examples of the use of individual spaces, because it will probably be essential what people will deal with here. I would do more visualizations that show the mood, the people, the layout of the buildings.