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e. Women’s Bathrooms - 300sq ft f. Women’s Showers - 300sq ft g. Women’s Lockers - 1000sq ft h. Basketball Court - 5000sq ft i. Pool - 3000sq ft j. Pool - 3000sq ft k. Storage Room - 300sq ft l. Maintenance - 300sq ft m. First Aid Room - 300sq ft n. Mechanical Room - 500sq ft o. Administration - 500sq ft p. Lobby - 1000sq ft q. Bicycle Parking r. Boat Storage - 1000sq ft s. Snack Bar - 300sq ft

Key: a.CONTOURS Exercise Room - 3000sq ft b. Men’s Lockers - 1000sq ft c. Men’s Showers - 300sq ft d. Men’s Bathrooms - 300 sq ft e. Women’s Bathrooms - 300sq ft f. Women’s Showers - 300sq ft g. Women’s Lockers - 1000sq ft h. Basketball Court - 5000sq ft i. Pool - 3000sq ft j. Pool - 3000sq ft k. Storage Room - 300sq ft l. Maintenance - 300sq ft m. First Aid Room - 300sq ft n. Mechanical Room - 500sq ft o. Administration - 500sq ft p. Lobby - 1000sq ft q. Bicycle Parking r. Boat Storage - 1000sq ft s. Snack Bar - 300sq ft

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Homebush Bay in Sydney was given as the initial site to explore all geographical aspects including the geometry that could have possibly formed the land within other geometry, was extracted from Homebush Bay and was used as the driven factor that determined the final result of the Athletic Center. Close curves found and circles within other circles. On the other hand, the rest of the land was formed by aggressive geometry like squares and triangles. The that characteristic whereas there are curves and circles around the water line and pointy geometry as it moves up the slope and away from the ocean. T piece of vegetation, water, earth and a slope. These were also manipulated by that same concept, but this time using Bezier curves in plan and in sectio shapes formed inside and outside the Bezier curves to circumscribe them. The outcome offered a path along with possible architecture. Because the ge certain extent as it was inside of each other, the best method for reflecting these ideas was to use the ruling and subtraction methods. The subtraction m carving of the ground while ruling offered architecture. With the ruling method it was easy to convert the roof into an enclosed area and as a fabric canop

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