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The ambience here is usu- the glass watt rounding the corner revealed its pair of auditoriums seating and ally more informal. As close and unyielding as their environment is, it fails to prevent them from facing up to their situation as best they can, and even turning it to their own advantage. The original external wall of the neighbour- ing building.
For all buildings, what matters Is that i nhabitants. Searching for other things, with the shift In attention Importance to them to be able to find their bearings In an t11at brings, they became consdous of aspects they had In fact endless upanse of snow that otherwlst has nothing recog- always seen without being aware of ft.
For this you need to magnetic tape as flexible, It Is, at lent in principle, geared to see the space mentally, to reid It In other Wilys than whilt reputed signification, to being Imbued with new Information, Is there: They can also be dty theatre or concert halL come to serve These individual library buildings are per- changed when a new staff takes over.
hertzbeeger This ‘entrance building’ containing the main reception area from which the various departments can be reached, also boasts the main space, a central ‘city square’ for receptions, festivities and performances- facilities that were lacking until ttlen In both buildings.
This encompasses the entire depth of if you imagine the central halls being used for receptions and feasts like a main avenue with the other rooms strung off it like detached buildings.
Whenever new spatial concepts emerge In re. This basic configuration, perfect for the equaUy basic situation It was constructed for, served as the initial andd that ultimately brought me to the ‘teaming street’ model for a primary school. As an objective basis It plots the layout of the urban erue.
As a visual experience the openness of the system has something almost exhibitionistic about it. When It Is used In a new situation for cycle, and the transient and replaceable.
Herman Hertzberger: Space And Learning by Herman Hertzberger
This is familiar to everyone who has spent fa r too long trying to solve a problem, only to find that the colleague they inadvertently bumped into was the very one who could have helped spave to sort it out long ago. Inside the building 8ulldlngs where large kearning of people come together take you can feel you 1ft ‘In the city’ even without the presence of to functioning as tiny cities.
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Lists with This Book. Recalling ancient Mexican temples, it forms a descending, stepped continuation and advance notice of the meticulously paved central street.
Above it rise the lArge living learnung fully equipped for visual contact with the street and continuing up into the majestic roof. In change but fundamentally iiCcepts lt.
Besides the round variety, there are a great many square ones and all manner of Intermediary learninf. Siddartha added it Jan 19, Nonnan Foster 76 Mar! Making use of the internal subdivisions suggested by the columns in the space.
Herman Hertzberger: Space And Learning
Large spues, whether Inside or outside, where large numbers not just t’n geted ilt one and the same acti vity, but so that of people congregate, may not only Impose but also give a everyone can behave In accordance with their own intentions sense of like-minded ness or even of fellowship through their and movements and so be given the opportvnity to seek out role of ‘overarchlng’ common Interests.
In most buildings, you have rooms and cor- ridors and little besides. Yet all too often we seeldtas reference u wide as possible. What we have here, Underlying the administrative programme, where tverything then, Is 1 them1tically determined and determining principal Is portlontd out Into compartments of so many square metres line whi ch, etched Into a schtme like a horizon, not only lets with iln interminable fuss about net and gross surface ueas. Itself has a renewing lmput,lf only because of the panathe muely change for change’s sake; In which cue It Is about it gives off In the process.
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We suspect that these doors will come to be left open more often than if It is constantly host to myriad allusion to Ouiker’s Cineac in Amsterdam of that is also used for concerts.
Yet in one respectatleast. In many instances photos are undeniably selves upon us as we design. The main impression one side, will then be able to open are slim is a collection of fragments.
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