The building consist of a public part accessible for all the people , a private student house, and a classrooms. The building has two main functions learning and living.
DIVISION residential spaces class room performance
common spaces administration spaces
class room performance common spaces
technical spaces retail
technical spaces parking
There is no relation between floors and program
EMERSON COLLEGE UNION
The building try to connect all the program in a line.
We use all the terrain to create a box that contain all the program.
The box is modified by the urban conditions of the place. We open the corner.
The box is modified by the urban conditions of the place. We create a public lobby that function as a small plaza.
The box is modified by the urban conditions of the place. The box is modified to frame the principal views to the city and the Hollywood sign.
The box is modified by the urban conditions of the place. The main circulation it goes out the building to attract every people.
EMERSON COLLEGE The public part includes a â€œpublic living roomâ€? at street level. The public living room is available for everyone who wants to come inside. It provides functions for students as well as for the rest of the community. Here you can learn about cinema and also what is doing the Emerson college and students at the moment.
The public living room is run by the students themselves, who takes the opportunity to make some extra money from they own cinema functions
In the public living room everybody can see a movie made in the college.
The students themselves are giving they movies and performance projects.
This way Emerson college becomes a connection between students and the community, where movies and knowledge is shared.
EMERSON COLLEGE The students area count with class rooms between the different programs. In the open area the building count living program generated to create a living college.
The students rooms are designed to have the basic functions and try to encourage to use the public spaces using very small units.
Published on Aug 16, 2011