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You have a very creative concept and it has great potential to be appreciated by many people. Furthuremore, try specifying in a more clear manner the activities that take place in each room. However you can still improve the rendering of your images. All the best to you on your creative endeavors!
Fereshteh Haji Gholamiadvisor
I was instantaneously in awe of your project. I really appreciate the togetherness and closeness your design imbues. The choice of colours are strikingly stellar. Also Jazz is one of my favourite genres of music and upon seeing the pictures of your design I felt I had transported into its environment and was enjoying the spirit of it. It is brilliant in every sense of the world. However I would like to see a more dynamic atmosphere inside the buidling akin to the way the facade is designed.
Fereshteh Haji Gholamiadvisor
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…
It is had to find in this project something disappointing - this is a good professional work. The overall idea matches perfectly the initial purpose of commemorative place and seems suitable for the climate of the area. I can not say anything bad about it - certainly the project is ready for further structural development and construction. I liked the idea of passages there - it creates the flow for the visitors, so it is not that impression of stable contemplation as usual commemortive…
The Blue Beirut project admirably embraces the interaction between buildings and nature, taking into account factors like wind, sunlight, and view connections. It successfully integrates these elements to enhance the overall design and experience of the spaces. However, one suggestion for further improvement could be to focus on optimizing the organization of functions within the buildings. By carefully considering the layout and flow of different activities, the project could create more…
The concept of utilizing decomposed mass to create a war-related museum is a solid foundation for the project. To further enhance its impact, I suggest investing more effort in developing a captivating narrative that effectively communicates the purpose and significance of the museum. By crafting a compelling storyline, you can engage visitors and provide them with a deeper understanding of the historical context and thematic elements represented within the museum. Additionally, while…
Fernanda D Azevedoadvisor
Hi Haoke I like your sympathetic and accommodating approach to the villagers who are used to traversing the site. I commend you on this as this idea alone gives great meaning to your project. Your approach to the spatial arrangements leaving the lower level free for movement, emphasizes your philosophy. Your idea is strong, continue to develop and create more visuals.
Dear Lena, This is a wonderful social interaction project. The philosophy behind the project and design is indeed a meaningful one. Based on your approach and execution, you clearly have a passion for your idea. I think you have done a great job on following through with your main objectives. Additionally, you have given great thought to ‘ feeling of Space’ with your spatial arrangements, massing, choice of materials attention to detail and context with in the city. Your presentation is…
It is great to see how your project tackles historic conservation; repurposing the existing building to create an exciting new space for the community while maintaining its history as a reminder of a time gone by. The contrast between the new tower building and the existing site is quite interesting but I wonder if some elements from the existing building could be applied to the new extensions as well. It is really interesting to see the picture of your physical model where everything is made…