Beyond Net-To-Gross: Analog Tools for Thinking with Non-Architects about the Design of Circulation and Other Shared Spaces.

Web Abstract: 
Uses the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Koch Biology building to demonstrate design solutions linked to substantive issues about the client's activities, strategies and goals. The research into the existing building, the way the visually porous vertical core unites the structure, and several specific examples of how aspects of research were translated into design strategies are included.
Author: 
Horwitz, Jamie
Publication Date: 
12/31/2004
Page Numbers: 
13
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