1 UTS Arch. Design Hybrids

Design & Rendering by Jake Kelly


UTS Arch. Design Integration 2012

11234 Architectural Design: Integration
Hybrids #2

Program:
“An architectural hybrid manifests itself through a specific programmatic strategy based on the complexity and variety of interdependent programs, with the ability to create unscripted relationships and unplanned activities as a result of programmatic juxtapositions.
Space / time / density:
The notion of spatial and temporal density is fundamental. Architectural hybrids seek intensive and extensive use
(24/7) and feed on dense environments with land use limitations.
Typology:
Each architectural hybrid is defined by a specific and most of the time unique programmatic mix, which makes it difficult to attempt to classify hybrid buildings by types. The notion of historical typologies does not apply.
Urban:
By mixing programs hybrids require size and height. They can be super-buildings, super-blocks, and mega-structures;
hybrids connect architectural and urban scales /strategies as well as public spaces of a new kind.” Frank Minnaert


Casual Academic Studio Tutor:
DANIEL BEASLY

Lecturer:
FRANK MINNAERT

University of Technology Sydney
Third Year, Second Semester, 2012


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