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Hello! In the beginning, I want to thank you for participating and creating this interesting proposal. - First of all, the detailing of the project is beautiful, just as an advise for the presentation in the future renders keep the photos as much as clear as they could be "fewer people count" or at least use "HQ 3d people models " and concentrate on putting value on the created project and you points of interest by "correct light direction, correct material usage and try to find good angles…
Thank you Sarah Safty The concept is intriguing but regarding your presentation; all that is required is for you to elaborate on the composition of your sheet; it may be best to exhibit your concept openly and compose your sheet accordingly. Thank you very much INSPIRELi
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This project is a bit difficult for me to critique, because I do not have enough cultural knowledge to confidently say what is 'good' or 'bad' about your design. I will say that the people in your research, and the one praying individual in your rendering, are powerful. But the lack of people in many of your drawings make the project feel more object-focused than subject-focused. The landscape of your project also feels like an afterthought, rather than an opportunity to either reinforce your…
The geometric and material influences of Louis Khan seem to be stronger here than the influences of the river, or of the concept of a goli. I would like to be able to better understand the dynamic conditions of the river through this project. Does the river rise and fall? Is there any risk of flooding at the library, and if so, how has that informed the design? Also, the goli concept seems to be only somewhat successful here, because the space in the middle still feels more like an atrium…
The approach, which includes interdisciplinarity and the relationship of subjective, personal, and neutral perceptions of the problem and characteristics of the area in general, gave added value to the project. The main (general) project aim is good and connected with its application to the port area through urban planning and design principles. A particular contribution of the work is the extensive analysis of local culture, lifestyle, and needs of local citizens, which were the basis for…
Ambitious program for a very sustainable vision. A very thoroughly thought out functional scheme, I find. I really like the way Benjamin has thought of every relevant detail, icluding visual and functional integration into the neighbourhood. Graphic representation of the project is great. I really like the watercolour-like visuals, as part of a nature concept. so much more easy to relate to them than realistic computer visions.
Interesting proposal to cover large areas and functional needs. Its great advantage is that it can fit any location, any size anywhere in the world. at the same time, it is also a pain point for me it does not seem to have any local quality . As for layout options, It is important to set a limit to building height, and structural stability would have to be solved. The number of modul types shown on the panel are way too many, i feel. utting the modul types down to 4-6 would probably result in…
Dear Mirko Popovic, Congratulation. Very nice work. Your analysis is very well structured. Your design of open structures in the square you have created and the way you invite the public to the building with ramps looks impressive. best wishes
The representation of the project is quite satisfactory. Well done. The high-rise buildings on the waterfront are disturbing in the morphology of the city. The design of this area blocks the visual connection of the city with the sea, and the grouping of the buildings is closely related. In the urban context, the bridge that will carry people to the port seems to complicate the work. This issue could have been easily resolved. It occupies too much of the residential area on three separate…