Check out this project from Callum Andrews, at the University of Technology in Sydney. Placing as much emphasis on the movement through the building, as well as the creation spaces, the building strikes a dynamic balance between the act of making and the act of seeing. Check it out!
“The Art Grounds of Pyrmont situates itself as the centre for art and performance in the city of Sydney. It is freely open to the public, inviting them in at every opportunity to be apart of and witness the festivities of art and performance. With a number of studio spaces and indoor and outdoor exhibitions, artists and students alike have the opportunity to work in a sustained creative environment.
The field conditions are of as much importance as the spaces themselves. It is vital that the movement paths are direct and have meaning. Edge conditions define boundaries that inform the user of what the space is offering. This condition of the terrain is fundamental to the structure of the project.
With an abstraction of Kevin Lynch’s image for a city as a starting point, this project explores the way in which architectural design should be approached. Coincidentally this venture tests how one can present architectural design.”
– Callum Andrews
FUTURES+ Original Post by Sean Cahalin