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|Title:||DESA1002 'Nine Quarter City' - <Ying Wang>|
Architecture & Allied Arts
Nine Quarter City
|Abstract:||As the Jerusalem often suffers from terrorist attacks and violent conflicts, a medical centre really acts an important role in Jerusalem’s society. The medical center is consists of two parts of building block, a courtyard build-in and a sky bridge is build to connect two parts both visually and functionally. The northern part of the building with the main glass door entry is mainly functioned as reception hall and the other part is a building block which collects all the consultation rooms. The sky bridge connects and integrates the two building parts. It is not only looks like a U shape turned up side down and locks the two blocks, but also connects them functionally as most of the circulation are all concentrate in this rectangular shape in plan. Also it becomes the key feature of the whole building, and makes the space much more interesting. The building is simple that it has flat and extended roof overhangs which bring the feeling of peace and stable. Two contrast textured materials cladding on the walls are arranged organically that the contrast between dark and light, smooth and rough gives very stable and balanced sense and unifies the building as a whole.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Architecture & Allied Arts|
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|Appears in Collections:||DESA1002 – 2008|
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