Wave structures, crustacean or shell architectures reveal highly efficient geometric rhythmic structures.
The design is intended to encourage discovery and help children to “see” and directly engage with environmental processes
The design wraps like twisting flax seed-pods around a central courtyard garden.
These liquid flows are shaped into conceptual layers or strata.
It creates connection, destination, attraction, landscape, activity, diversity, health and transformation.
By contrast, a series of selective higher buildings stand out like rocks amongst the consistent seascape of five storey buildings.
… 225 hectares of docklands will be transformed into places where people can live, work and be ‘next to the sea’.
…to address the rigours of the open market with high ambitions but still robust enough to entice developers.
The strength and success of any traditional city, town or village has a direct relation with the success of its public space.
A key challenge in inner city living is how one can provide the necessary amenity spaces for large families within a secure domestic setting.