ABOUT ME

Adam studied Architecture at the University of Portsmouth and graduated with honours in 2007. Upon returning to Portsmouth University to study for his Diploma in Architecture, Adam has chosen to study with the Urbanism Studio to pursue his interests in the sustainable evolution and regeneration of the city. You can follow the collective work of the Urbanism Studio @ www.urbanismstudio.co.uk

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

ACCOMMODATING TRANSFORMATION

Bringing together the students of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University from the different faculties to provide the university with an outward expressing public facade.


INTERTWINING AND INHABITING UNIVERSITY WITHIN THE EXISTING BUILT STOCK


The proposal shows the university accommodation inhabiting and intertwining within the existing built stock connecting the university functions through form derived from orientation within the city. Above is residential accommodation for the students of Mimar Sinan Univesity.


ORIENTATION THROUGH THE OCULAR


RESIDENTIAL FORMS IN RESPONSE TO PLACE

SPATIAL EXPLORATIONS
GROUND FLOOR PLAN


FIRST FLOOR PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN
FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

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