2014-15 YEAR 3

2014-15, Uncategorized


CCAFFS Camping HostelPlan 1:100

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Through the incorporation of lightweight, tensile and inflatable structures, along with further investigation of climbing equipment, and techniques the hostel not only provides a unique experience where the inhabitants are immersed in the environmentally protected site without ever coming in contact with the ground themselves, but also provides opportunities for a relationship between architectural space and inhabitation. This dialogue enriches the experience of the occupants within the hostel as it establishes a negotiation between not only the occupants themselves but also between the occupants and the building; through inhabitation they mould and reform the architectural space.

Tutors: Rhys Cannon, Colin Herperger


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