code space A space that is dependent on software for it to be transduced as intended. Here, the relationship between software and space is dyadic; they are mutually constituted, that is, produced through one another.
codeD space A space that is transduced by software but is not dependent on software to function as intended. If the softhad mediated the process.
CODE JOURNAL CODESCAPE RE CODE IN CONTROL TOMORROW PARTY TRANSITORY CODE
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WE ARE A CODE FOCUSED ATELIER USING AGENDA AND MANIFESTO METHODOLOGY TO CREATE UNIQUE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS TO MULTIPLE PROBLEMS. We are a code focused atelier using agenda and manifesto methodology to create unique architectural design
ORBITING AROUND CHAPEL STREET, SALFORD, OUR DESIGNS INTERVENTIONS RESPOND TO THE The atelier has generated different interpretations of two coreAND readings of ‘Code Space’ and ‘The Shift’, both of which focus on a theme of software and code technology. LANDSCAPE WITH A DEEP GROUNDING OF CODE Splitting the atelier into different agenda AND groups, allows for a range of interpretations of the core readings to TECHNOLOGY. to the landscape with a deep grounding of code and technology.
which complete and challenge the design brief.
Code Journal is the mapping of control, the mapping of technology, and how it affects our daily routines, how it affects the spaces we exist in.
ping, and programming it uses the participating people of the city to generate form and programme to inform
â€˜We know a place by what we see through a window, in a frame, on a screen. The window itself is an opening. It opens. It closes. It separates the spaces of here and there, inside and outside.â€™ The 7 Cabinets of Wonder offer an experiential ated by the framed connections of the existing and illusions are created within these existing realities through the artistic and synesthetic apform these illusionary spaces. Each different ality. Each performer in these spaces is autonomous, each structure is unique. These aerial structures appear as objects of fascination, repThrough this programme creation meets reality and context meets re-appropriation. The 7 Cabinets of Wonder_ The City of Air_ The -
termined Existence In Space and Time
This project introduces human interaction into an existing code network of the city - the CCTV network. Instead of using CCTVs to record crimes only, but to capture people’s stories happening themes and there will be exhibitions for experiencing those stories. Various high technologies, experience for different types of stories. By gathering stories from the CCTV network and sharing them to people from both cities, this Beethem Tower
city, as well as bringing together the community of the two cities. It will establish a new node in the future coded city as the code fabric of city
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SECTION OF CITY’S DIGITAL FABRIC
'STORY IN LIVE' - TUNNEL INTERVENTION
The Strangeways Extension Programme is a two week criminal rehabilitation scheme that runs, underneath the city in a tunnel, interrupting two Halfway Houses, a Command Centre, an Entrance, and an Exit. The scheme intends to prepare inmates for life in the outside world by The subterranean form of this project was generated by the stigma associated with halfway houses and rehab. The Strangeways Extension public concern, thus creating a form of stealth “You can’t bring your old habits here ... If you
yourself.” Lebbeus Woods 08
deals with people with disabilities and in regards my research and my agenda construction in relationship with the city of Salford analysis I realised the users that I want to determine and my programme analysis sum up with four general zonRehabilitation Center is something that missing from the general Society of Salford. With this Programme, people with disabilities are key of â€œautonomy lifeâ€? and simultaneously with habilitation Center purpose is to predominate and dancing studios) to mix up with all the other members of the society.
LIRC building could attract all the kind of socione to meet and understand that the people with disabilities are not something different from oth-
obscurely impacting the physical landscape, but its omnipresence is slowly permeating through.
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access for all removal of boundaries
Big brother society
global data tracking
global communities Open healthcare
Producer + CONSUMER
pRO-SUMER surveillance SLOW
Cloud processing power
digital presence global education
Rise of the user
AUGMENTING HUMAN POTENTIAL CODESCAPE
Social control 500 calls 941 Texts 2840 emails
inability to forget excess data
Visualise is a drone hall that aims to introduce the public to this new technology (drones) which next 20 years. Originating from the idea that drones will be used to physically track people in ing drones because once you understand how a system works, fear generally fades away.
with the knowledge behind drone technology will enable the drones to integrate more subtly into es that may not originally attract any.
for the people of Salford. The programme seeks to promote the idea of Salford as a digital hub with new manufacturing technologies that reinterpret the territoryâ€™s industrial past. The same machines will be used to build the factory itself, through the use of modular contention being that CodeBuild will be constructed -
Phased Construction Sequence
tation of the digital world, a ‘point of presence’. programme and integrating a social, networking centre to encourage analogue users to meet up face to face, hopefully allowing for local markets to form, alongside global. The concentric form of the building allows for the creating a ‘Physical Social Network’, where the ships and attempts to bridge the gap between the physical & digital worlds. ‘The city is what it is because our citizens are who they are’ Plato.
Walkable roof that wraps building, creating a built
Large open plan spaces for the Networking Centre with to the roofed landscape.
FLOOR ONE Railway Connections
The main functionality of History & Information of digital and hard copy information about Salford. This Information Centre, will connect the citizens through technology and by sharing the history of the place and realizing the potential of peo-
the collection of data and transition of them to other destinations. I decided to use this type of technology for the proposal of my building since
the collection of the information and the distribution of it.
harmony like pure water touching the skyâ€™.
Automation network Salfordâ€™s isolation
The Code Repair Centre is a computer repair business as well as a repair-training center. Persons in the repair training courses will be equipped with the necessary skills to then be able to work on actual jobs in the centreâ€™s repair workshops or outside. The Repair Centre proan opportunity to re-integrate into the society by gaining code repair skills essential in this technological age. These skills make them employment ready and also allow them to contribute a
al facility based around the teaching of code. Code is a language used to communicate with talised world. The programme looks to turn the once â€˜userâ€™ of applications into the creator of hierarchy of the traditional educational process, the learning of code. Breaking down the learning menting, ideation, research and contemplation. -
access to each of the learning zones.
experiences distinct from traditional workplaces
tistic users naturally using their own autistic inquite unlikely in autism. Through the whole accretion scheme, autism rounding ambiance that will breed a better social discrimination.
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Thick concrete columns are used as a sensory blocker along the journey to the facility to reduce breakdown by autism users.
over-sensitive to stimuli
under-sensitive to stimuli
Seamless journey around contradicting programs
rather than taking Salford as a whole entity.
By rebuilding Chapel Street it will allow for gradual change in building typology and atmosphere, rather than the
A continuous street line and better attractions will facilitate higher pedestrian migration through Chapel Street by all three sectional factors; temporary, permanent, and transitory. Each of these different populations will intertwine to form a tighter, more integrated community.
Acting as a catalyst, the proposal is hoping to its own identity by promoting modular farming. which makes expansion feasible, in order to accommodate the growing demand. In the ideal situation, the building â€œgrowthâ€? would success-
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connections. In addition, the modular farming culture would form a green network within Sal-
the socio-political studies of Salfords adjacencapitalism and the free market, in controlling the politics of Britain and therefore only offering a ing project is centre for young girls that offers the choice in relating to sex. The subsequent building, working on the pre-
use light, materials and circulation to create a -
Greengate Media Hub is a springboard platform for digital media individuals, collectives, and initiatives. Providing space, specialist software and resources, the scheme enables the economic expansion of Salford amidst a global recession. As inter-disciplinary relations form within Greengate, companies begin to collaborate as well as compete with each other for business. Due to its transmittance across the internet, the geographic boundaries for work produced here reduce every year. Targeting the global identity of Salford, the establishment of Greengate aims to restore the distinction between it and Manchester, which has deliberately been eroded in recent years.
growing separately. As a result, Salford is now
New Salford regeneration program decentralizes sions procedure. Network of public oriented Regeneration Centres scattered throughout the city -
interest from regeneration process. city parts together and form both Salford and
project accepted by public
Decisions on further development
REGENERATION CETRE CONNECTION TO THE SITE
A person cannot fully experience a city with software, a human brain processes information of a particular place by senses and generate personal emotions and thoughts regarding the site, yet a computer memory stores only -
ture and buildings they tend to remember or forget.
Transparency became the main architectural welcoming building that is accessible and open that the building was not merely ‘transparent’, of family and education. Accessibility, transparency and open-ness became the key features of the building. The Salford Technology Centre offers a place for families to explore software and technology.
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perpendicularly, with a giant transparent opening on the South facade. With the building’s longitudinal nature, the circulation of the technology centre would become a long and linear direction
which is located at Chapel Street, Salford. it acts as a palimpsest in the city, an architecture built out of collection of Chapel Street disparate and ten heritages as well as to bring in a new fresh
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and appreciate the history of Chapel Street.
BRIDGING THE GAP
The project is a homeless shelter that caters to plug-in elements. Although the idea of inclusion into society is ultimately paramount, the scheme is inwardly looking, the interchangeable plug-in on one street, clothes on the other, a shower in a car park or a place to rest for the night. These elements collate at the hub, a wooden
a soup kitchen.
and speculation about current conditions through the use of current and possible- future scenarios.
Perceived boundary line
Physical boundary line
ter City Centre, through the reintroduction of a
recreational facilities for those staying in the nearby hotel chains, mixing together the contrasting functions in order to encourage the mixing of populations . The scheme unfolds as a journey to be undertaken, juxtaposing thresholds with the functions beyond them as the scheme winds deeper into the existing fabric of the site.
tioning programme that uses modular pods as stalls that alternate on a diurnal cycle. The programme selection is a direct response between the types of population that occupy around the site and an aim to reintroduce these populations back to the site. The design of the building focuses around the ascension up the site on to the rail lines and uses through the building.
1. Pile foundation, transfer beams and GSH pipe
2. In-situ concrete core
3. Steel frame with prefab concrete panels
4. Facade and internal Building plans
Building section Key: Integrated code within the building. Building circulation.
The aim of the brewery programme is to help the regeneration of the site by bridging the economy as well as the social aspect. The scheme used the bottom-up approach, which included the local residents, pubs and community in the design process to encourage the engagement with local population. This method allows people community. Hence, the brewery with strong local beer community will introduce new ways for the consumers to engage with craft beer and its making. With the help of coding technology, the management of the brewing processes can be kept at high accuracy while the waste to be maintain at the minimal amount. By this, the brewery hope friendly, and social engaging place. A place that welcomes and inspires community engagement
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together with the beer brewing industry.
the Salford area in conjunction with the tempopotential users will be initially informed about their physical status along with educating about mental situation along with recording weekly alogy will guide users to use the most appropriate
functions of the human brain; input (information),
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