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Connecting the Lost Dimension

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  • 1. Connecting the Lost Dimension Looking at disconnected spaces between Wynyard Station and Wynyard Park Lilian Lau 200415768
  • 2. “ Design dies in junk-space. Regurgitation is the new creativity...Superstrings of graphics, transplanted emblems of franchise and sparkling infrastructures of light, LEDs and video describe an authorless world, yet intensely familiar” - Koolhaas’ “Junk-space” pg164 “ Junk space has to swallow more and more program to survive, soon we will be able to do anything anywhere. We will have conquered place”. - Koolhaas’ “Junk-space
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  • 4. “ man is a part of his environment and that if he forgot that he would only alienate and disrupt the environment” - Norberg Schultz “Phenomenon of Place”
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  • 6. Connecting the Lost Dimension Conceptual Model
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  • 8. Progression Continue to look at the quality of spaces between Wynyard Station and Wynyard Park through models, animations and sketches I have created. More in depth look at the points of collision connecting the interventions and the station below.

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