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[ YULIYA CHISTYAKOVA ] MY ARCHITECTURAL LADDER

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THE STEPS OF MY ARCHITECTURAL LADDER STEP 3

III- Project NINE

2013-Present

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PESENTUniversity of Sydney Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning Master of Architecture Arkitektskolen Aarhus ( Aarhus School of Architecture) Norreport 20, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark http://en.aarch.dk

MA Masters of Arts in Architecture 6 months ( International Student Exchange)

STEP 2 2011-2012

II- [Project FOUR-EIGHT]

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University of Sydney Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning 148 City Road University of Sydney NSW 2006 http://sydney.edu.au/architecture/

Graduated from Bachelor of Design in Architecture 2 Years ( completed Bachelor’s Degree) Award: 2012 Dean’s List of Excellence in Academic Performance

STEP 1 2010

I- [Project ONE-THREE]

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University of New South Wales Faculty of Built Environment Sydney NSW 2052, Australia http://www.be.unsw.edu.au

Bachelor of Architectural Studies 1 Year Award: 2010 Undergraduate Dean’s Merit List

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I- ONE

Interior Fisher House. (2010) Balsa Wood.

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I- TWO

Bathhouse (2010) Woolloomooloo, Sydney The task was to design a Bathhouse with the use of only rectilinear forms however, I have been clever and bent the rules just a little. Here, I rotated the rectangular prisms around a central axis , creating a uniquely shaped floor plan. The extruded rectangular forms contain separate bathing and meditation chambers. By playing with the openings within the walls and ceilings, I allowed each room to have its own distinctive lighting concept, providing a unique atmosphere in each chamber. The design was about embracing the wellbeing of the body and the mind, it was a public space which in a way remained incredibly private. The floor of the cantilevered part of the building, would allow the visitors to see up into the main pool through a slot, the water would create amazing reflections of water ripples on the ground, creating a memorable entering experience.

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Bakery (2010) Woolloomooloo, Sydney This scheme for a Bakery on a small urban block along a residential street, looked at bringing the community of Woolloomooloo together, acting as the heart. Alvaro Siza was my precedence and I have particularly tried to capture the complexity in his designs which at the surface appear so simple and natural. My design is respectful to the surrounding contaxt,as much of the landscape on this small block remains untouched. The outer shell of the building consist of a solid back bone (house like structure) and a lose form (the tunnel). Within this design, I placed emphasis on the interplay of the senses; the visiting public is lured by the smell and the making and baking process. I wanted the visitors to have the ability to get up close and personal with the bakers and watch them make the bread.

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This project was Awarded: The James Weirick Prize 2011

Echoing The Tanks Waverton Peninsula, Sydney

(2011)

The studio had a strong focus on Post Industrial and Indigenous history, with these taken into consideration we were required to undertake an intervention in the landscape along Waverton Peninsula. This integration is about enriching the journey through the site, a subtle intervention which has a very strong sense of character and meaning.The structure is there to serve new activities and acts as a reminder of the sites industrial history. Here, the industrial links have been emphasized in order to allow the visitors to connect to the landscape and understand the industrial significance of the peninsula. With knowledge about history,comes a sense of belonging. As one walks down the sweeping tower, they ultimately feel elevated. The visitor is then able to experience the breathtaking views from the top of the structure as they travels down the linking staircase. The structure echoes the former oil tanks and suggests what used to be of the site and how it has changed.

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the structure

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the strange case of Three variations within application of pattern to the structure

1. Concrete cast wall

fragmentation

1. Concrete cast wall

2. Glazing and concrete walls around the curve all have the pattern scored into them

2. Glazing and concrete walls around the curve all have the pattern scored into them

3. 3D Pattern inspired plates make up the structure for undercover garage

3. 3D Pattern inspired plates make up the structure for undercover garage

SES Building (2011)

209 Livingston Road, Marrickville, Sydney

Conceptual diagrams fragmenting ...

Office/ Storage 3 x offices

Internal climbing wall

Internal Courntyard

Kitchen

L’D

Communal Bathroom/ Lockers

Training/ Emergency Operations Centre Dinning/ Announcement

Access to roof

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Meeting room

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rd

Office

Lilyd ale

This project was centred around architectural ornament-a Decorated shed. The brief was to come up with a new building design for the Marrickville SES Headquartersere and design a 3 dimentional surface prototype and apply it to the new structure as a skin.

SES Operations

Office/ Reception

Undercover Garage Wet/ Dry Storage

Floor Plan 1:100

Surrounding context

Eastern elevation 1:100

Southern elevation1:100

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Yuliya Chistyakova

Exploded Axonometric


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The Introverted System

The Vulnerable Surface (2012) Rhino and Grasshopper

A system is most effective when it accentuates the notion of a response where an adaption of one factor evokes a response, stimulating a mimicking reaction. By introducing a parasite to the system it illicits danger which causes it to introvert. The adjacent connected systems will react by stretching towards the parasite as a compensating response of protection.

Scripting

The the brief was to come up with a Grasshopper Script and introduce some variables. The exposure of the surface into a plane accentuates the vulnerability of an object, more susceptible to being attacked. Through panelling a system of harmful devices onto the surface, it establishes a protective barrier to combat any pathogens or invasions towards the surface. A surface should also be ableto morph into a protective form, whilst maintaining a panel of defensive armour on its face. It proposes a possibility of a facade which addresses the repulsion of harmful weather systems such that systems work against systems.

This concept of an introverted system within the immune and nervous system can be directly applied to a resilient city transformed from an urban sprawl to be a stronger system.

System response to pathogens

Simulation of a resilient city

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stress

urban sprawl

Introverted reaction of urban sprawl

Reaction

health

The interaction between the city and humanity is a direct relationship between an urban sprawl against the nervous and immune system. This biological state affects the psychological mindset, where the introduction of parasites challenges the capability of the body to resist and protect. This is analogous to an urban sprawl where the introduction of a mass influx of population can challenge the city to become resilient. Our performative system aims to investigate the defense of a body through introversion to become resilient to foreign systems.

consistent health

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stressed health

Urban response towards resilience

undulating health Diagrammatic Sprawl

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The 'Resilient Introvert' is an investigation of continuit in the transition from the urban sprawl towards an escaping city. The self organisation and surfaces that exist within an urban sprawl become influential upon one another through external forces and manipulation. The resistances and processes that are generated to affect the system instigate the concept of morphology.

The theoretical approach to the performative system is the direct relationship between a resilient introverted city and the human body. In observing the behaviour of systems, particularly reactive and response movements, the parametric component can be appvavlied to one system in order to affect a secondary system. This can be applied to an urban sprawl under the pressure of globalisation and population which instigates a response to escape towards an introverted system, thus generating the vertical city. Likewise, as the city becomes more resilient, the human nervous and immune system transitions along with it, becoming more responsive in order suppress the pressures of growth and attack through introversion.

A resilient introverted city

30 Establishing a base grid from a the hexgrid script to generate a surface for cones to extrude

Using the Kangaroo script with the "Springs" tool Filletting the morphed hexgrid to morph the hexgrid into rounded edges to finalise from an attractor point the base plane for cone extrusion in our system

Projecting the morphed, filleted hexgrid onto a pre-existing surface that produces a secondary response to the same attractor point

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Merging the primary, secondary and tertiary components into a mesh to be exported into an animation via Centipede

Presets for a Centipede animation

Establishing a point on an existing curved path and evaluating it's proximity to the surface such that it morphed in a z direction in response to the attractor point

Gradient as a subsidiary responsive component in accordance with the amplitude of the surface

Centipede script for exporting an animation

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Cinematheque (2012) North Eveleigh Precinct, Sydney

Exterior Perspective of Street Facing Facade viewed from above

The programmatic requirement for the Cinemathèque were to provide a repository for film material related to the City of Sydney, which could also act as a place where this material could be archived and also provide facilities for philosophers, historians, artists and academics to engage with that material in creative ways. We had to come up to a solution to this breif through an in-depth analysis of a film.This project evolved through the study of the film Sayat Nova, where both fracture and fluidity had a strong presence. This rich investigation explores the way these two ideas can work in a built form, through a fractured journey with a fluid atmosphere.

External Courtyard stairs

viewed from Wilson Street

Interior view First Floor from street Level of Retail Foyer with access to public Archive Library

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Street beat Study Conducted on the blocks

of terrace houses directly opposite the North Eveleigh Precinct Site.

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Colour Code- a letter code consisting of the letters B, G, O, P, R, Y, W. These letters stand for the first letter of colour of the house. I merged the colour Grey and Green together under the letter G. This street has 47 terrace homes right opposite the site that we have been given. The terrace houses are predominantly two stories and are painted all varieties of pastel colours along the street, depending on the ownerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s choice. Colouring and shape of these terrace houses is something that really fascinated me from the start of this project. aAong the street frontage is something that I envisioned would generate the pattern and rhythm inside the Spaces. For instance is the colour is darker, the space thus could be translated as more dramatic, wether it be through material choice, colour or ceiling height.

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Rendered Perspective Section

Wilson Street

Rendered Perspective Section taken from this view

Wilson Street

_1 First Level

_0Ground Level

Wilson Street

Wilson Street

This exploration looks at the meeting point between the ideas of ‘the fracture’ and that of ‘fluidity’. If something is torn apart, or smashed the object become fragments instead of wholes, but fragments is what makes up a whole. The process of smashing leads to small elements with a series of voids where bonds were once held. The end product of the process is a series of voids linked by negative space. A fluid path through a once solid object. The natural, fractured forms which previously made up the space, sit in a new habitat as both members of what once was whole, and, independent bodies. The organic space that sits between can resemble a fluid circulation path surrounding the community of fragmented buildings. The undeniable reality is that the fractured state references its past through the surrounding negative space and what it implies. The fluidity of what is created among the harsh and abrupt form is unique. In the same way, Sayat Nova uses the traditional medium of film but fractures it in style to tell its narrative. This exploration is still in essence a clay brick, but with the interruption of fluid space within it by very nature is now fractured, providing a new perspective of its form.

_01Lower Ground Level

Floorplan 1:1000 Red- Cinema Turquoise- Archive and Offices Yellow- Retail Blue- Gallery Pink- Residence _02 Underground Level

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БЫТ (2012) Flinders Street Station, Melbourne

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БЫТ- The meaning of everyday life(2012) Flinders Street Station, Melbourne

Through the exploration and analysis of the architectural beat and rhythm of Melbourne city and the rituals and lifestyle of it’s inhabitants, the aim of this project was to present a vision for the redevelopment of the Flinders Street Station precinct in Melbourne. It was key to reinvigorate the historic Flinders Street Station through careful synthesis of the new and the old, improve its transport function, improve circulation on site and unlock the urban design and development potential of the precinct.

Rendered perspective, from above

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II- EIGHT Detox Garden

Climbing Wall

Installation art rooms

Lookout Platform Skydeck Observatory

Boxing and martial arts Reception Observatory

Group Fitness Pavillions Preventile medicine Volleyball

Deck

Café

Gym

Tennis

Health Store

Bath

Track

Sunroom

Track Sauna Golf

Detox Garden

Bath

Track

Lagoons

Observatory Deck

Locker Lookout platforms

Climbing Wall

Deck

Lagoons

Sunroom

Track

Track Observatory

03 Upper_

Detox Garden

Climbing Wall

Installation art rooms

Lookout Platform Skydeck Observatory

02 Mezzanine _

Boxing and martial arts Reception Observatory

Group Fitness Pavillions Preventile medicine Deck

Café

Gym

Volleyball Tennis

Health Store

Bath

Track

Sunroom

Track Sauna Golf

Detox Garden

Bath

Track

Lagoons

Observatory Deck

Locker Lookout platforms

Climbing Wall

Deck

Lagoons

Sunroom

Track

Track Observatory

01 Ground_

Inspiration was drawn from the architecture of the everyday life in the 1920s and 1930’s Russia and the official rhetoric of labor and productivity being translated into ethics and aesthetics of existence. Therefore, architecture articulated the relationship between everyday life and labor in the process of constructing way in which citizens act, perceive, and inhabit the world. However, rather than labor, the ideas of detox, relaxation and health were key in this project as they are most relevant to the Melbourne lifestyle-theyare all considered the byt. The focal point in this project is the idea of urban detox and health in everyday life. This project highlights the fascination for movement and human behavior, it explores the way architecture and urban fabric can seduce and lure, yet manipulate and deceive. The everyday is the terrain of fundamental estrangement. What became most appealing to me through my research and conceptual investigations is the way in which it’s possible for architecture to create an eroticisation of byt. In a sense that it created new regimes of movement , self care, relationships to things, modes of perception- new awareness of the body and modes of embodies being in the world. What is show is the way architectures of the everyday systematise ways people inhabit and perceive the world on a microscale, that of the body and its immediate environment. Architecture is what surrounds us, and we make decisions about our movement and experience on our own... to an extent it seems. Architecture should allow for movement, for decision-making and for selection and exploration of paths. We all differ and have our own ways of life, architecture does systematize our ways, but through choice it does not have to be uncomfortable and draining. It should not be static, it should be forever moving and should continue to lure and manipulate. This- I aim to do here.

Observatory

Volleyball

Deck

Tennis

Track

Sunroom

Detox Garden

Detox Garden

Track

Lagoons

Observatory Deck

Deck

Climbing Wall

Installation art rooms Lagoons

Sunroom

Lookout Platform Skydeck Observatory

Track Observatory

N Upper Floor Plan

Detox Garden

Climbing Wall

Installation art rooms

Lookout Platform Skydeck Observatory

N Mezzanine Floor Plan

Boxing and martial arts Reception Group Fitness Pavillions Preventile medicine

Café

Gym

Health Store

Bath

Track Sauna Golf

Locker Bath

Climbing Wall

Lookout platforms

Boxing and martial arts Track

Reception

Group Fitness Pavillions

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Café

Gym Bath

Track

N Ground Floor Plan

Preventile medicine

Health Store


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Lookout platforms

Gym

Group Fitness Pavillions

Locker

Track

Boxing and martial arts

Preventile medicine

Cafe

Health Store

Golf

Climbing Wall

Reception

Installation art room

Sky deck Observatory

Detox Garden

Deck

Volleyball

Sunroom

Sectional Render a

Sauna

Baths

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Bathrooms

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Warm Lagoons

Tennis

Observatory

Bathrooms

Locker

exploded axonometric representation of the proposal

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GROUND Lookout platforms Gym Group fitness pavilions Locker Track Boxing and martial arts Sauna Baths Preventile medicine CafĂŠ Health Store Golf Climbing Wall Reception

Lookout platforms

Preventile medicine

Gym

Cafe

Group Fitness Pavillions

Health Store

Locker

Golf

Track

Climbing Wall

Boxing and martial arts

Sauna

Baths

Installation art room

Sky deck Observatory

Cafe

Health Store

Detox Garden

Preventile medicine

Deck

Sunroom

Warm Lagoons

Climbing Wall

Reception

Golf

Volleyball

Observatory

Locker

Group Fitness Pavillions

Gym

Boxing and martial arts

Tennis

Track

Bathrooms

Lookout platforms

Baths

Bathrooms

Reception

Mezzanine Detox Garden Installation art rooms Sky deck Observatory Climbing Wall Lookout platforms

Upper Deck Volleyball Sunroom Warm Lagoons Track Detox Garden Tennis Observatory Track

Installation art room

Deck

Sky deck Observatory

Volleyball

Detox Garden

Sunroom

Warm Lagoons

Tennis

linear journey through building, floor by floor

Installation art room

Observatory

Bathrooms

Locker

cluster journey through building mixing floors

Sky deck Observatory

Sauna

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Highest point of building, from the top

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Masters exchange studio in Denmark

Ringkøbing K -on the edge(2013) Ringkøbing K, Jutland, Denmark

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URBAN SPRAWL

MOVEMENT PATTERNS

BLACKThese clusters individually don’t offer a connection to the surrounding community nor to their neighboring clusters , very closed zones with only one or two main access points into the cluster from the main roads. The circulation is made up of parallel and perpendicular corridors and housing units are spread far apart from one another. These clusters are greatly lacking in public/communal spaces for the dwellers in the immediate zone and don’t offer any activity areas for the broader community. It’s a great disadvantage for the function of the entire community of Ringkøbing as people who do not live immediately inside one of those clusters are not welcome or drawn out towards this side of town, this damages the connection between the people of the town.

Masters exchange studio in Denmark

Dark Grey These clusters offer a stronger connection to it’s neighboring clusters in comparison to the Black zones. These are mainly residential zones and are closer to one another and act more like a whole community in comparison to the more closed Black zones. There are only a few public spaces offered amongst these clusters and the circulation follows a strict orthogonal flow, most of these zones have access directly from one to another via through roads stretching from the fjord.

Ringkøbing K-on the edge(2013) Studio Parable Landscape- Spring 2013

Light Grey These clusters are the most public and these have the strongest links between one another , this is the city centre of Rinkgkobing. The city follows a strong orthogonal grid and here encounters are minimized through the way people travel parallel or perpendicular to one another along the footpaths besides the main road, the two traffics are not split in any part of the city and public space in which residence can gather and acknowledge each others presence and be seen is lacking in my opinion. My proposal builds on the idea of density and proximity inside the centre of Ringkobing and weaves the ends of the urban sprawl. Also through an introduction of an internalised circulation patter rather then the orthogonal, people become more aware of each other and feel a greater sense of belonging to a community.

Ringkøbing K, Jutland, Denmark

The brief for the semester was to develop a large combined recreational area and nature recreation project south-east of Ringkøbing with 1100 new dwellings integrated in the harsh West Coast landscape. 2. development stages 3. clusters scale 1:2000 Access to My aim for this community was to create social cohesion and Forest 3. clusters scale 1:20000 exchange between its residents. Sociability relies on the idea of recognition. On the one hand, recognition is where the residents within the community have the ability to discover 3 1 their surroundings both, through physical exploration and 2 also Connection to through views provided in each dwelling. On the other hand, Ringkøbing recognition also includes the recognition of others, to be a 3 part of the city and to interact the city. Each cluster has a 1 feel and atmosphere, with different each offers a unique ambience. 2 As an example to better explain my scheme, the whole masterplan can be viewed as a fully functioning house with primary rooms intended for social interaction and secondary rooms for retiring and resting. My intention was that the rooms 4. within each cluster within this house are designed to trigger interaction and social behavior especially in the main rooms in the way that there is only one entry point in and out from both the pedestrian link and vehicle path. Every primary room has it’s own function and this allows members of the entire wider community to also get involved and use these facilities which are spread in the rooms connected to the 4. within each cluster Accesslink. to 2. development stages

Access to Forest

Stage 1 -due to it’s proximity to the Fjord has the potential for locating housing and shared communal zones which reveal views to the water. Most attractive. Stage 2 S-E only is the wetland region- it could serve to be quite an attractive area to gather the community and even place specifically design wetland housing Lastly is the Stage 2 above the railway tracks and Stage 3 stretching along the N-S axis , this area tends to have a strong relationship to the forest which also makes it very attractive for living and recreational activities.

Connection to Ringkøbing Ringkoping Clusters explained

Stage 1 -due to it’s proximity to the Fjord has the potential for locating housing and shared communal zones which reveal views to the water. Most attractive. Stage 2 S-E only is the wetland region- it could serve to be quite an attractive area to gather the community and even place specifically design wetland housing Lastly is the Stage 2 above the railway tracks and Stage 3 stretching along the N-S axis , this area tends to have a strong relationship to the forest which also makes it very attractive for living and recreational activities.

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(ii)

Current pedestrian movement vs proposed

Scale 1:5000

Scale 1:20000

Fjord

CONCEPT

access branc access inside primary cluste

these are the proposed housing typologies (i) open courtyard attaches villas (iii) Free standing villa with internal courtyard

(i)

THE LINKING ELEMENT AND CONNECTING ROOMS

2. development stages

3. clusters scale 1:20000

Access to Forest

(ii)

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Connection to Ringkøbing

Access 2 to Fjord

Hallway with openings. Provides direct acces to Primary rooms only. Hallway( Link)

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Primary room Secondary room Vehicle access into room

access branches - showing the stages involved to gain access inside the commongrounds of the more public primary cluster and then inside the secondary cluster

these are the proposed housing typologies (i) open courtyard attaches villas (iii) Free standing villa with internal courtyard

Walls with openings which make up the primary and secondary rooms in the broader landscape

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Stage 1 -due to it’s proximity to the Fjord has the potential for locating housing and shared communal zones which reveal views to the water. Most attractive. Stage 2 S-E only is the wetland region- it could serve to be quite an attractive area to gather the community and even place specifically design wetland housing Lastly is the Stage 2 above the railway tracks and Stage 3 stretching along the N-S axis , this area tends to have a strong relationship to the forest which also makes it very attractive for living and recreational activities.

Internal hierarchy between primary and secondary rooms. Primary provides direct access secondary room.

Possible connections to broader Landscape ( 2 Types)

Hallway with openings. Provides direct acces to Primary rooms only.

4. within each cluster Hallway( Link)

(i)

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Primary room Secondary room Vehicle access into room

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Walls with openings which make up the primary and secondary rooms in the broader landscape

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1- at entrance/exit points on the link

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Access to Fjord

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1 these are the proposed housing typologies (i) open courtyard attaches villas (iii) Free standing villa with internal courtyard

access branches - showing the stages involved to gain access inside the commongrounds of the more public primary cluster and then inside the secondary cluster

1 2- In the middle of the link Internal hierarchy between primary and secondary rooms. Primary provides direct access secondary room.

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Section A Scale 1:200

Section A Scale 1:500

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