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Fractured AK Collage | Axon 47

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J. G Ballard, War Fever, 1990

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“…We have to see what makes people fight, what makes them hate each other enough to want to kill. We need to know how we can manipulate their emotions, how we can twist the news and trigger off their aggressive drives, how we can play on their religious feelings or political ideals. We even need to know how strong the desire for peace is.”

Neutrality Within Discord

Harold Richmond Shreve Award

Sited in a 1960’s movie theatre, nicknamed The Egg, this thesis transforms the site on the green line into an observatory platform locked within conflict.

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The AK-47 rifle is a neutral vessel that unfaithfully and promiscuously transcends the divisive political alliances, detaching and desensitizing the killer from the killed. Paradoxically, the AK-47 united the city through its ubiquitous use while it indiscriminately ripped it apart. Its disassembly and reassembly becomes a corollary to tactics of surveillance and obscurity to enable architecture to look within its physical and programmatic dis-figuration to reveal Beirut’s post-militia social fragmentation.

Neutrality Within Discord

This thesis explores the memory of conflict through a war-torn theater in Beirut. To challenge the concealment of historical discord within architectural artfices and to search for a true neutral space in contemporary Beirut, The project questions how Architecture can be trapped within discord. In a state of deadlock, Beirut is interrogated through a methodology of collision and Projection to articulate its internal contradictions.

Graduate Architceture Thesis

Graduate Architecture Thesis | Advisors: Val Warke & Jim Williamson

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Digital & Physical Modeling Process | Collision & Resolution

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Graduate Architceture Thesis

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Mapping Common Weapons | Beirut

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Process Models | Surface & Matrix

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Academic Projects

Looking to Biology and Cancer cell research, this pavilion applies the understdaning of reciprocity between Mammary Gland Cells & their External Matrices to digitally fabricate slipcast ceramics. These ceramic pods’ surface conditions are derived by varying densities of structural scaffolding and create a water collection and distribution system.

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Serpentine Gallery Pavillion Visting Critic | Jenny Sabin

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Filtration Pavilion | Serpentine gallery

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Serpentine Gallery Pavillion

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Water Pods & Final Review | Serpentine gallery

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Contained, Constrained or Compromised Bodies

These visual works explore the relationship between the contained, constrained or compromised body within a given frame or landscape.

Photography

Through the use of digital photography, film and found paper, texture is explored as a new form of vitality- beginning with the human skin as a primitive, that is fragmented into frames and planes, 2d planes that act as potent sites for erosion and erasure. Works that range from exploring the elements- water, soil and the potentials of a pixel.

Academic Projects

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Jean-Paul Bourdier’s Seminar [Berkeley, 2009]

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Private Dreams | Public Nightmares [2min30sec] Inspired by a BBC broadcast made in 1957 discussing the production of new sounds. The images are stills from a clip created from childhood locations from google-maps and juxtaposed on the relentless grid of upstate New York. Sequentially the clip moves from plan to an intersection of planes in perspective. Ultimately, the progression uncovers a new form of space-a choreography that casts shadows on places previously explored and uncovers new pathways that may have been forgotten. The eye articulates new street names and numbers that were previously obscured and identifies light traces that fade along the path towards an everchanging horizon.

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Collage & Media Digital Manipulation [2017] A specualtive field of landscapes. Materials include: Burnt strips of found poster papers, Segments of Billboards (halftone paper), Newspapes - oiled for transperancy & Found Postcards.

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Le Baclon | Collage & Digital Manipulation | Beirut, Lebanon | 29.5� x 23.5�

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Sibley Hall, January 22nd 2018 – February 9th 2018

Le Balcon ‫ال شرف ة‬: Interrogating the Changing Picture

Instagram @davidhabchy

“I put a picture up on a wall. Then I forget there is a wall... but in forgetting the wall, I forget the picture, too... Pictures efface walls. But walls kill pictures. So we need continually to be changing, either the wall or the picture, to be forever putting other pictures up on the walls, or else constantly moving the picture from one wall to another.” Georges Perec, Espèces d’espaces /Species of Spaces, 1974

This exhibit attempts to revive the picture by engaging with the city’s graphic walls. Displayed are a series of photographs and collages that interrogate Beirut’s saturated context. The work explores Beirut’s dynamic domestic and urban conditions by exposing embedded characteristics in its most common: the balcony, billboard, and newspaper. Throughout the Mediterranean city of Beirut, dense residential building developments obstruct dwellers' views of their coast and mountain landscape. Yet, the vertical exterior walls expose hidden portals. The vernacular balcony typology apportions the vertical reading of the city into smaller frames of continually changing pictures. Though the balcony extends outward beyond the apartment wall limits, it also recedes inward into the residence providing fleeting glimpses into the daily routines of thousands. A floating room above the Beirut street connects each home to the brisk Mediterranean breeze, the wafting smells of freshly-prepared meals, clattering sounds of distant cars, and views of waving neighbors from nearby balconies. From the street, the balcony operates as an internal-external vestibule, a communal yet individual allocation, an authentic private composition on display. On the Beirut street, your eye moves up lazily wandering like our finger swipes through the Instagram interface scroll. Endlessly changing scenes of daily life amongst the balconies of Beirut are all at once reality and fiction, a living image that exemplifies the quintessential character in Beirut: that it is constantly changing and always on the verge of...

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Old men reading their newspaper and smoking Gitanes cigarettes. Instagram @ahmad_saeed

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Le Baclon | Beirut, Lebanon | 29.5” x 23.5”

Housewives picking parsley for their tabouleh and sun drying leaves of chard.

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A space to hang long laundry lines of brilliantlycolored fabrics or dangling cabbages in levitating baskets. Photography by Alexandre Mecattaf (M.Arch ‘19) Install by McGuinness Luscious curtains ofLauren oranges, yellows(‘14) and, Carolyn AuClaire & Alexandre Mecattaf, blue. CollagesJasmine & Curation Teaching Associate Danny Planters of verdant andbyGardenia. Salamoun (M.Arch ‘14) Half-dressed Beirutis packed around a small table, playing ‘tawleh’ performing a turkish coffee subheiyeh ritual amongst gossiping neighbors. Housewives picking parsley for their tabouleh and sun drying leaves of chard.

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Old men reading their newspaper and smoking Gitanes cigarettes.

Collage Exhibition

Sibley Hall, January 22nd 2018 – February 9th 2018

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Half-dressed Beirutis packed around a small table, playing ‘tawleh’ performing a turkish coffee subheiyeh ritual amongst gossiping neighbors.

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Luscious curtains of oranges, yellows and blue.

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The Senate Void Is it Time to Consider Trump Mentally Ill? | 14.7” x 23.5”

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Andrea Simitch Seminar [Cornell, 2012] 3

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City Grid | Beirut, Lebanon | 14.7” x 23.5”

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Jenny Sabin Studio MOMA PS1 | Lumen | Long Island City, NY

Managed the Ithaca-based team in the production of the spools and the wooden dance floor. The team sourced, CNC milled, sanded, painted the 100 Spools and the dance floor. Additionally, the team plotted and mailed full scale drawings of the fabric canopy for the weaver manufacturer.

Jenny Sabin Studio | MOMA PS1

Role: Production Lead | Summer 2017

Professional Practice

This immersive and interactive installation is 2017’s winner of The Museum of Modern Art PS1’s annual Young Architects Program. The structure evolves over the course of the day, with responsive textiles that display subtle color in sunlight and emit glowing light after sundown. Made of over 1 million yards of digitally knitted fiber, 100 robotically woven recycled spool stools, and a misting system that responds to visitors’ proximity.

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Arbor House | Philadelphia, PA

Professional Practice

Inspired by organic growth systems, this generative design integrates phenomena of light, human engagement, and a branching system that operates within architectural constraints. LightWeb undulates across the stoops, bays, and windows as digitally fabricated steel panels, machined viroc and responsive lighting.

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Role: Designer | May 2017 Designed and drew the full facade pattern. Created all the Viroc and steel-panel cut files for manufacturer. Jenny Sabin Studio | Arbor House Danny Salamoun

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SCOTT LIBRARY & ADMINISTRATION BUILDING

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A large-scale material construction by drones. The exterior skin of the Beacon emerged over the course of 10 days, as drones wound and wove photoluminescent micro-cord in response to human engagement with the Beacon app. Material responses to sunlight, immersive color, as well as human physical participation are integral parts of our exploratory approach to this project.

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FLOOR PLAN GENERAL NOTES NOTE: NOT ALL NOTES MAY BE USED ON THIS SHEET

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ALL DRYWALL PARTITIONS TO BE D 3 D UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. FULL HEIGHT.

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ELEV 3

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1' - 6" 30' - 0"

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ENTRY LOBBY 0103A 0101

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7C MOUNT SHELF W/ROD PROVIDE TWO ADJUSTABLE SHELVES ON HEAVY DUTY STANDARDS AND BRACKETS ON @ 4'-0" AFF DESIGNATED COPY ROOM WALL. REFER TO DETAIL 4 / A-01-701 FOR MOUNTING 8. PROVIDE THREE ADJUSTABLE SHELVES ON HEAVY DUTY STANDARDS AND BRACKETS LOCATIONS.

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SHADED AREA REPRESENTS EXISTING BASE BUILDING AREAS. REFERENCE FINISH PLANS FOR NEW FINISH. REFERENCE ENGINEERNG DRAWINGS FOR SCOPE IN BASE BUILDING AREAS.

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A-00-100

NEW CONCRETE SLAB INFILL. SIZE AND LOCATIONS TO BE VERIFIED IN THE FIELD WITH PLUMBING LAYOUT. REFER TO STRUCTURAL FOR INFILL DETAIL

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PROJECT NORTH TRUE NORTH

LEVEL 0 - OVERALL FLOOR PLAN

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS PERMIT SET CLARIFICATION ASI #002 FOOD SERVICE, BOARDRM, IDF/MDF ASI #003 BUSINESS CHANGES, LOBBY UPDATES, FD.CLOSETS

11-04-2015 12-18-2015 02-05-2016

SYSTEM OWNER

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One Broadway Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142

FACILITIES

ENGINEERING

QUALITY ASSURANCE

SHIRE HUMAN GENETIC THERAPIES, INC. 300 SHIRE WAY LEXINGTON, MA 02421

P 617.491.6450 F 617.491.7104 W www.Jacobs.com

DRAWN BY

LEVEL 0 OVERALL FLOOR PLAN

Key Plan

DESCRIPTION

DATE

These drawings have been compiled from existing drawings provided by the building landlord. The General Contractor is responsible for field verifying and confirming all the existing conditions and dimensions prior to construction.

REV NO.

PERMIT SET CLARIFICATION ASI #002 FOOD SERVICE, BOARDRM, IDF/MDF ASI #003 BUSINESS CHANGES, LOBBY UPDATES, FD.CLOSETS

11-04-2015 12-18-2015 02-05-2016

A 1 2

Shire Pharmaceuticals Inc. documentation is considered confidential and proprietary. It is made available solely in connection with Shire's business operations. Distribution to third parties without prior permission is prohibited.

FACILITY

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DRAWING PREFIX & NUMBER

KM

DATE

SYSTEM OWNER

One Broadway Cambridge, Massachusetts 02142

PROJECT NORTH TRUE NORTH

NR PM REVIEWED BY

11-06-2015 A-00-100 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 2/5/2016 10:52:34 AM FACILITIES

ENGINEERING

QUALITY ASSURANCE

SHIRE HUMAN GENETIC THERAPIES, INC. 300 SHIRE WAY LEXINGTON, MA 02421

P 617.491.6450 F 617.491.7104 W www.Jacobs.com

DRAWN BY

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A-01-101

5. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS AND CONDITIONS IN FIELD AND NOTIFY ARCHITECT 6. ALL PARTITIONS ARE DIMENSIONED TO FACE OF FINISH UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. ALL "HOLD" 3/11/2016 6:03:21 PM OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO PROCEEDING. DIMENSIONS SHALL NOT BE CHANGED. ALL "CLEAR" DIMENSIONS ARE NOT ADJUSTABLE UNLESS

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DRAWN BY

ALL DRYWALL PARTITIONS TO BE D 3 D UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. FULL HEIGHT.

2. ALL EXISTING COLUMN ENCLOSURES TO REMAIN. PATCH + REPAIR ALL OPENINGS CAUSED DUE TO DEVICE REMOVAL, PRIOR DAMAGE, AND PAINT TYPICAL.

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Key Plan

DESCRIPTION

DATE

REV NO.

These drawings have been compiled from existing drawings provided by the building landlord. The General Contractor is responsible for field verifying and confirming all the existing conditions and dimensions prior to construction.

Shire Pharmaceuticals Inc. documentation is considered confidential and proprietary. It is made available solely in connection with Shire's business operations. Distribution to third parties without prior permission is prohibited.

LEVEL 0 OVERALL FLOOR PLAN FACILITY

095

DRAWING PREFIX & NUMBER

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NR PM REVIEWED BY

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11-06-2015

2/5/2016 10:52:34 AM


Involved in all aspects of project from Concept Design to Construction Administration. Some tasks included surveying existing building, creating Asbuilt drawings and a Schematic Design set. In a team, we set up the project in Revit, produced a Permit set, coordinated with consultants and created a Construction Drawing set, Addendums and approved shop drawings.

Professional Practice

A 5-story interior renovation of approximately 200,000 SF of interior space to accommodate new offices, a brand new cafeteria and a coffee bar. The programs were located around surrounding three existing light-filled interior atriums designed in 1970.

Role: Designer January 2015 - July 2016

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Jacobs Shire Building Renovation Lexington, MA.

Jacobs | Shire Building Renovation Danny Salamoun

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Architectural Intern | April - Oct 2014 Assisted in the production of visual renders for project and created a series of physcial models of project.

Professional Practice

A 4-story building set beneath a photovoltaic canopy, with a low and narrow profile framing stunning views across the island. One of the building’s most distinctive features is its façade and it’s internal atriums, inspired by Ithaca’s Gorges.

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Morphosis Architects Bloomberg Center

Morphosis | Bloomberg Center Danny Salamoun

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Our design is a proposal for a craft-beer observatory which combines the historic Villa Zarri Garden with the existing distillery. The adaptive reuse of the distillery, embraces the traditions of production yet creates a new circulation. The circular ramp narrates the procession of beer manufacturing and teaches visitors how beer is made, beginning from the Hops and leading to the consumption.

Young Architecture Competition Experiential Beer Garden Isabel Oyuela + Jeff Lodin

As visitors move from the Villa Zarri Coma series of sunken gardens. Visitors dine and socialize among Hop vines and embrace eye level views of the trunks and roots of the park trees. As the ramp peels directed through a path between the hop vertical rods and a beer wall that houses bottles of the beer being produced and sold at the shop. Through the formal disruption of the industrial grid, a circular atrium and ramp seamlessly transition visitors and beer enthusiasts from the garden up into a more industrial experience. As visitors circulate upwards towards the archaic and exquisite vaulted ceiling the circular atrium peel experience the shop, laboratory, galleries, and tasting rooms.

Competitions

This design is a proposal for a craftbeer observatory which combines the historic Villa Zarri Garden with the existing Distillery. The adaptiver reuse of the distillery structure embraces the traditions of production yet creates a new path for circulation. The circular ramp guides the vsiitor through the procession of beer manufacture, from the hop vine growth to the tasting area. The ramp peels off from the circular atrium through a path between the Hop vertical rods and the Beer bottle wall to disrupt the industrial grid and narrate the journey of beer production through the structure.

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BEER OBSERVATORY

Experiential Beer Garden Danny Salamoun

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ceiling grid capable of carrying curtains (ranging from light filtering, to acoustic and black-out), dropped ceilings, and seating, which can then be deployed to create a concert, a gallery, a reception and multiple other possibilities. The existing trenches in the floors that were used to access the old heat-producing equipment, offer an opportunity for artist installations, temporary occupation or programming. They will be covered with removable floor panels. Thus, these minimal interventions – moveable ceilings, curtains and floor panels, all subject to commission from local and international artists, provide for a flexible art space without changing dramatically The former Toplocentral is a beautiful ensemble of buildings – this mysterious ruin from the recent but now very different and clean, robust, light-filled spaces are already recognized by the art foreign life. community for relentless graceful simplicity. In a way these buildings are already a multipurpose art complex, and the only thing an Finally, on the urban scale, we see the necessity in making it known architect can do is recognize the potential and offer several minor to the rest of the city that Toplocentral exists and it is now a new tweaks and details on the scale of building and the city. Luckily the art space, open for all. The needed stair and elevator connecting buildings 1A and 1B will become a new marker, a sign, in a form of budget is very minimal, so this is exactly what we will propose: The buildings need to be cleaned, re-glazed, re-roofed, re-wired. a T, allowing visitors to locate the art complex from far away, and Green roof, new plumbing and new vertical circulation (stair and to access art installations on the roof, view surrounding park, and elevator) will be added. The main space will receive a suspended the city beyond. ofia is an old city; second oldest in Europe. In its lifetime, the city has seen many empires come and go – Roman, Bulgarian, Ottoman, and the most recent, the Soviet. And each time an empire fell, its remnants have been renounced, abandoned, eventually re-considered, and finally re-absorbed into the fabric of the city. The most recent imperial remnants are still strewn about the city, many in the state of abandonment – and now is the time to begin to soak in these memories, and make them part of complex, functional, rich urban fabric of Sofia.

Изложба Exhibition

Концерт Concert

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“... As this wave from memories flows in, the city soaks it up like a sponge and expands. A description of Zaira as it is today should contain all of Zaira’s past. The city, however, does not tell its past, but contains it like the lines of a hand, written in the corners of the streets, the gratings of the windows, the banisters of the steps, the antennae of the lightning rods, the poles of the flags, every segment marked in turn with scratches, indentations, scrolls.” Italo Calvino, Invisible Cities

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офия е стар град, вторият най-стар в Еврoпа – просъществувал през множество империи, Римската, Българската, Османската и в най-близкото минало, Съветската. Всеки път останките на последната срината империя, са отрчени, изоставени, но в крайна сметка пре-открити и попити от плътта на града. Разпръснати, разтурени, много от тях изоставени, останките на последната империя пропити със спомени намират най-сетне своето място в обновената, динамична, многофункционална и богата структура на град София.

Сградите да бъдат почистени и остъклени; видими проводници и ВИК пре-инсталирани, нов Зелен покрив и единствената пристойка – в пространството между 1А и сграда 2 да осигури вертикални връзки. Основната сграда (1А) да бъде оборудвана с висяща конструктивна мрежа способна да носи осветление, декори и завеси (затъмнителни и прозрачни) и флексабилна да създава множество различни пространства за различни цели. Концерти, пиеси, изложби, панаири – да бъдат възможни по всяко време на деня. Съществуващите ровове, да бъдат покрити с решетки и използвани сценично при необходимост, както и Бившата Топлоцентрала е в действителнист, красив ансамбъл за артистични инсталации, възлагани периодично. Годишен от сгради – изчистени, солидни и изпълнени със светлина. Вече конкурс, също да бъде предвиден за графичните изображения пре-открит от творческата общност и оценен точно за своите върху завесите – графити, актуални и с динамичната едентичност най-исрени качества – конструкция и пространства, които са на Топлоцентрала. неотрални и много-фунционални, единствният принос на един архитект в този сличай би бил да отчете и приветства този потенциял и с внимателен, но лек жест да съживи сградите за Конструкцията, предвидена между сгради 1А/2 – остъклена да немрят те своето място в парка и града. За щастие – бюджет единсвено на ниво нула и +1, да се превърне в кула Т, символ и за повече няма и ние сме „принудени“ да предложим точно знак, лице в лице с парка и града. следното:


Portfolio | dks94@cornell.edu

As this wave from memories flows in, the city soaks it up like a sponge e and expands. A description of Zaira as it is today should contain all of Zaira’s past. The city, however, does not tell its past, but contains it like the lines of a hand, written in the corners of the streets the gratings of the windows, the banisters of the steps, the antenna of the lightning rods, the poles of the flags, every segment marked in turn with scratches, indentations, scrolls.”

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1. Площад 2. Обществено Пространство/Бар 3. Голямата Зала 4. Двор 5. Камерна Зала 6. Артисти 7. Задна Сцена 8. Комуна 9. Галерия 10. Резиденции 11. Офиси 1. Front Plaza 2. Public Space and Bar 3. Great Hall 4. Back Yard 5. Chaimber Hall 6. Artists 7. Back Stage 8. Communal Space 9. Gallery 10. Residences 11. Office

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Панорама View from above

1. Площад 2. Обществено Пространство/Бар 3. Голямата Зала 4. Двор 5. Камерна Зала 6. Артисти 7. Задна Сцена 8. Комуна 9. Галерия 10. Резиденции 11. Офиси 1. Front Plaza 2. Public Space and Bar 3. Great Hall 4. Back Yard 5. Chaimber Hall 6. Artists 7. Back Stage 8. Communal Space 9. Gallery 10. Residences 11. Office

Danny Salamoun

Competition Renders | Collages

Competitions

Панорама View from above

Architecture Competition - Sophia, Bulgaria ТОПЛОЦЕНТРАЛАТА: The Heat Plant Luben Dimcheff + Aleksander Mergold

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