architensions presents rising ryde architecture as a living system architensions presents rising ryde architecture as a living system
aug 23, 2016

architensions presents rising ryde architecture as a living system

 

 

architensions introduces ‘rising ryde architecture as a living system’ – an open spatial arrangement that helps aggregate its micro-cells to the macro scale of the city. the concept lets the individual define the use of space through a continuous circulation complex that determines the social order and format of the network. a sustainable community is presented within a high rise megastructure, using a series of public plazas and vertical gardens which develop and grow through the actions of inhabitants.

 

 

 

 

 

the ryde civic center is a neighbourhood which has been imagined as a living system. the physical boundaries are presented as just one component of the whole organisation. the use of small gardens, courtyards and plazas all contribute towards a new ecology. architensions has incorporated the surrounding area, through local vegetation that acts as an extension of the residence. this direction aims to build a sustainable community, where a building is not only an enclosed space but instead a growing organism, that fuses architecture and landscape in one single entity.

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view from blaxland road

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porous public space 

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evening view from devlin street

 

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site plan 

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east elevation

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cross section with detail

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longitudinal section

 

 

 

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