M.Arch. Masters Project Gallery 5
Alexander Koenadi, "Mixed-Use High-Rise in the Streeterville Neighborhood, Chicago." 1 of 3.
Aerial view. Alexander Koenadi. The goal of the project is to redefine the issue of density in an urban environment. 2 of 3.
Alexander Koenadi. The concept of the project is to extend the urban vitality of the street in the neighborhood onto the building form as expressed by the disparate functions and shifting masses. 3 of 3.
Nezihe Merve Unal. The goal of this project was to create a hybrid living environment capable of defining the quality of integration between the various sociocultural profiles and spaces that come together in Istanbul's Balat District, one of the city's most prominent historical and cultural sites. 1 of 3
Nezihe Merve Unal. The focus was on investigation of private activities in extremely public areas in order to introduce new ways of using private and public spaces. 2 of 3.
Nezihe Merve Unal. Experiments were made on three different sites to examine the potential of hybrid spaces to redefine a sequence between private and public uses. 3 of 3.
Kazuya Katagiri, “LIFE TOPE.” LIFE TOPE manifests architecture as a hypothetical nature through the process of recognizing humanity that evolves symbiotically, interconnects functionally, and synchronizes technologically with the surrounding environment in order to create a self sustainable life cycle system. 1 of 4.
Kazuya Katagiri, “LIFE TOPE.” 2 of 4.
Kazuya Katagiri, “LIFE TOPE.” 3 of 4.
Kazuya Katagiri, “LIFE TOPE.” 4 of 4.