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120208

  1. 1. What is Next ? Transitional Spaces 120208 Nikaya, Yi, Suleiman
  2. 2. What is Public space in Hong Kong?
  3. 3. Public space Reconnection with community
  4. 4. What do events like these pose to the architect and the creation of public space?
  5. 5. Is the solution to keep the Separation in functions ?
  6. 6. Site Explorations General Circulation @ Bridge linked to Shun Tak Centre
  7. 7. Site Intervention 1 General Circulation @ Bridge linked to Shun Tak Centre (With Picnic)
  8. 8. Site Intervention 1
  9. 9. Revaluate public space in Hong Kong
  10. 10. Shun Tak Centre ?
  11. 11. Public Space by Wolf Prix Public Space by Wolf Prix UFA Cinema Center American Revolution Center “the idea of an urban “streets have been recapturedtransistor-an architecture that for people, buildings have is capable of amplifying the been erected in which people urban spaces adjoining.” can live with reasonable dignity,”
  12. 12. How can we see the Site?  Sitepotentials through experiments
  13. 13. Paths/Nodes of activities Generator Particles (set the number of performers) Behaviour - Avoid certain locations - Seek (locations and/or existing nodes) -Wander (define personal space; transform public space into semi-private) -Alignment + cohesion (group behaviour)odes -Separation (individuality)) Calculate particle movement according to specific times of the day Draw connections according to the proximity of the current behaviour and the previous one
  14. 14. Generating new paths and Nodes
  15. 15. PathsNew Node ( Transitional Space)
  16. 16. Public Space Private Own Space Corridors // Levels Transition Space
  17. 17. Coding Transition Space

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