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|Title:||DESA1002 'Nine Quarter City' - <Myo KYAW>|
Architecture & Allied Arts
Nine Quarter City
|Abstract:||Venice, like any other cities, has its own unique attractions. The most important icons of Venice are water transportation system, rich culture buildings on water, food, romance, carnival masks and The Venice Art Biennale. Since the whole city is on water, the land value is extremely high and as a result, structures are constructed compactly together. On the other hand, unlike other cities, people tend to renovate the buildings instead of constructing new. Renovating the prestigious culture buildings in a way of representing the culture is insufficient, but instead people should develop the culture in Architectural way and let it evolve. For that reason, a new environmental friendly development program of “Architectural School of Venice” is proposed. The concept behind the project is to provide the Architecture students with all sorts of essential facilities as well as a good environment with significant amount of sunlight into the building. The idea of letting the sunlight into the building is initiated from the fact that architects (i.e. designers) need the natural sunlight to achieve better quality designs. The building has 7 stories with sufficient amount of spaces for the essential facilities and it can provide up to maximum of 600 students per semester which is around 1,200 students per year. With the implementation of Architecture School in Venice, preservation of prestigious buildings will be improved and new buildings can be constructed with the influence of rich Venetian culture. For the reasons above, introduction of Architecture School of Venice is not only to preserve the culture of Venice itself but also to represent the world what Venice truly is.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Architecture & Allied Arts|
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|Appears in Collections:||DESA1002 – 2008|
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