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Dear Jessica Natalia, I really liked the idea of your project. Firstly, you have created a multifunctional place for students, where they can spend their free time and gain knowledge. Secondly, you have created a modern building, which is typical for the youth of this time. A large amount of light, free interiors, the use of natural materials and colors create a pleasant atmosphere inside your project. And the exploited roof and facade element give an individual shape to your building.
I would like that in the development of your next projects, great attention was paid to the design. For example, arrange columns in buildings according to its shape (that is, along arcs), because in your campus project, rigidly spaced columns fall on stairs and classrooms. The column on the stairs will definitely interfere with the movement of students. And the columns in the classrooms will close the visibility for students sitting in the back. The arrangement of columns on the main form of your project, as well as duplicated axes on the same form, will help you avoid these problems in the next project.
Great job. I wish you creative success with the development of the following projects.
How to create a campus center that could provide many facilities in a limited space.
A building with a simple decoration both exterior and interior. This building is made from clear glazing wall & provided with four different entrances to connect with other buildings. The building form is inspired by a gear that drives an engine. Which represent STU as a 'gear of education' that could make a great movement for a better future.
This building is a 5 story building + 1 underground garage. Level 1 is for public area, level 2 and 3 is for semiprivate area, and level 4 & 5 is for private area. There are also a free space for heavy laboratory at the first level. There also a space for outdoor study area and exhibition.