Tishk International University/ Previously known as Ishik University
i designed a project using technology as we must give the importance to it, using technology in my country is less so i found bringing technology to design a… more
My domain is mainly housing, where I have gained a lot of experience with private and developer… more
Lana presents a proposal for a technological museum, which she sees as a highly beneficial idea. What caught my attention at first sight was the concept of a museum section for the blind. I would try to highlight and delve deeper into this idea in the project; that's something I feel is missing here. It's an interesting topic, how the perception of the world, space, and objects differs for people who can see and those who are blind. And how these two groups can exchange experiences in the space and what they can learn from each other.
The idea of representing the land situation using the motif of printed circuits (as I see it) seems interesting, but it is only applied too formally here. For example, where do the individual winding paths among the greenery lead? Where does the large paved area on the northwest side lead, and so on? There's a lack of a broader context, visual perspectives, meaningful and transportation axes, connections, further continuities within the area, and so on. It's not clear what is located on the adjacent plot, which is part of the block.
In terms of the internal layout, I feel that there is a need for a central idea that facilitates easy transition between the exhibitions. Well, actually, it's present, but somewhere else. The system of dividing the space into individual functional sections doesn't seem substantial enough. This is where the motif of printed circuits could come into play and help guide visitors smoothly through the entire exhibition, rather than just moving from one section to another.
Personally, I wouldn't want to focus so much on the large garages; I would rather leave that work to the engineers :-)
The dome motif is a good dominant element that attracts attention from a wide area. The visualizations are impressive and well-executed. Perspectives from a standing person's point of view are the most important, so I would give them more prominence and opt for less wide-angle shots.
I don't want the evaluation to sound too negative. There's a lot of work and great effort dedicated to the topic here. It definitely pushed Lana further, and each subsequent project will be better and better :-)
i designed a project using technology as we must give the importance to it, using technology in my country is less so i found bringing technology to design a specific project will be essential, a futuristic museum providing different experience to the users every time they visit it, using artificial works and digital screens to apply the archives for people, creating a space that makes them to focus and look forward more by having technology and showing it how it changes the world, how things can be changed with it, creating a thinking spot, and more, ive also designed a special museum for blind since they’re a part of the community and since we dont have such a project here, blinds shouldn’t be neglected, so using technologies like robot assistant, microphone, sensors in the interactive exhibition will be important, helping them to unfold their darkness through touching, hearing, smelling, and feeling of the space.
consists of 2 buildings attached to each other, the main museum and the special museum for blind, designed with technology and futuristic features.
the building is constructed with steel structure since its faster to erect and cheaper.
museum is designed with concrete in exterior.