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|Title:||DESA1002 'Nine Quarter City' - <Yon Syafni Samat>|
|Authors:||Samat, Yon Syafni|
Architecture & Allied Arts
Nine Quarter City
|Abstract:||This semester, my studio group is allocated Bern for the Nine Quarter City project. This city comprises of 16 adjacent blocks. A figure-ground plan has been created and serves as the basis for the initial tasks that will be undertaken as a ‘conversation’ with the other members of the group. We are charged with elaborating on the basic plan, deciding on a range of buildings that the quarter of the city needs, then deciding on a specific program for the allocated city block and developing a concrete architectural proposal for one building on the specified block. This semester, I am designing a hotel in Bern. My decision of designing a hotel is influenced by the neighbouring buildings. There is a train station, a clock tower, an information centre and a commercial headquarters for Toblerone and Swatch in the vicinity of the area. As these buildings are usually visited and often being utilized by the visitors of the city, I really think that there is a need for a hotel in that area in order to cater for a pleasant sojourn in Bern. My design emphasizes strongly on the façade of the building as this is the main attraction of the hotel. I also placed a strong attention on the details of each level and rooms of the hotel because I want to make a strong impression for the guests about the hotel. I want them to be captured by the architecture of the building, and will never forget about it.|
|Department/Unit/Centre:||Architecture & Allied Arts|
|Rights and Permissions:||Author retains copyright of this work|
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|Appears in Collections:||DESA1002 – 2008|
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