24h Hub in Slottsparken, Oslo
Time is used to articulate our succession of activities during the day, but how does that relate to architecture and its programmatic layout. The project explores the concept of time as a flow, that continues with different interactions translated into the physical space where the rigidity of the regular relationship between walls and slabs give space to a continuous extended walkable surface where it is impossibile to define a start and an end, where horizontality meets verticality, where interior meets the exterior.
The use and the generation of an associative model has been fundamental to control the complexity of the overall design.This led to the possibility of testing the design strategies through an iterative process which involved different and peculiar elements of the design, the geometry definition, the programmatic layout, sunlight and radiation analysis, structural analysis and the envelope system.
Advisors_ Michael U. Hensel, Søren S. Sørensen, at Oslo school of Architecture and Design | AHO
Arkitektur N 2017, nr. 6, s. 84-85, XX. – 2017 – Språk: Norsk (bokmål)