agora precedent study
this study led to the concept of bars of program defining primary and secondary voids
program analysis
program distributed with the most permanent spaces at the top floor
third floor plan
the third floor program being more permanent leads to its walls to dictating the structural grid
second floor plan
on lower floors the strucutre manifests as columns, allowing walls the option for remodelling
second floor render
shifts between program grids between floors are illustrated to occupants with floor graphics and become opportunities for more transient programs
on the right you can also see a secondary void space
central courtyard render
the central courtyard is home to a bridge between the ramps and acts as both program and circulation, creating an interesting "architectural object" to draw in people from the street