SFU Academy of Architecture and Arts
The idea of this project is to solve a problem that most people face on a daily basis. This is the creation of a guarded, safe, convenient parking lot.… more
Fereshteh Haji Gholami
Architecture, Interior Design, Product Design, Sustainable Architecture and product more
I love the attention to details and the focus you have devoted to the disabled area. It is very thoughtful and beautifully drawn out. It is quite obvious that you have thought of every angle on this project and have structured a blueprint that it is easy to understand and follow.
Your project makes for an accessible and convenient parking space that everyone can enjoy.
As you know parking spaces are permeated with pollution and I believe you can integrate a green space and biophilic design into your parking space in order to create an air filtering.
Moreover, when it comes to designing parking spaces it is quite crucial to depic the movement of the cars from the ground level all the way up to the last level. It would be best to include a rendering of this movement into your design!
The idea of this project is to solve a problem that most people face on a daily basis. This is the creation of a guarded, safe, convenient parking lot. Moreover, this facility must meet the needs of people with limited mobility, including, therefore, parking spaces for the disabled are located on the ground floor, along with a toilet for them.
The object (parking) is located in the center of Rostov-on-Don on the
section of Voroshilovsky Ave. and st. Sedov. It has a convenient location due to the nearby
the presence of business centers and other points of congestion of people who need to park their car.
Parking is designed for 200
The structural system is simple: monolithic ceilings and columns.