Architecture Core Studio 3

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Architecture Core Studio 3

Architecture Core 3 Studio introduces students to design at the urban scale with an emphasis on urban data, urban design and housing. High-density urban housing gives us an opportunity to tackle big problems like density, mobility, sustainability and resilience at both the scale of the neighbourhood and that of the living unit.

Instructors

Andrew Lee
Peter Ortner
Jackson Tan
Christine Yogiaman


Students Involved

Benjamin Chong, Grace Sim

About The Project

The future of living is sharing spaces & responsibilities.

The decline of the “third place”, where community life and creative interaction occur, cannot establish a sense of place, while individuals are increasing willing to be mutually dependent and could suggest a new lifestyle and social behaviour.

This can be realised through the spatial formalization of multiple shared spaces: in-between spaces, a marketplace, a grandstand stage, a boardwalk.

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Students Involved

Tan Jee Khang Benedict, Lim Lai Heng Lester

About The Project

The future of living is a social rehabilitation machine.

Sky bridges provide a second ground, orienting residents to new neighborhood connections.

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Students Involved

Thet Naung Oo, Ngiam Ju Jin Lucas

About The Project

The future of living is self-sufficiency and sustainable growth.

Future housing systems: bespoke 3D-printed homes are hung from a multi-story frame. The building grows over time. Rain water is captured and cycled within the building in a self-sufficient system.

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Student Involved

Wong Shu Miin Naomi

About The Project

The future of living is working together.

Public space is woven through future housing at ground and upper levels.

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Student Involved

Sean Lee Jun Wei

About The Project

The future of living is the cross-pollination of lifestyles, nurtured within a garden.

Vibrant future housing makes space for resident’s quotidien lives as well as their shared celebrations and events. This design deploys buffer zones to preserve private work-from-home and family spaces within vibrant public space.

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Student Involved

Teo Shao Tian

About The Project

The future of living is an exploration of hybridization.

In the future, trends of telecommuting create opportunities for people to work closer to their family and at home. This calls for a large demand for live-work units. Current models work to integrate these 2 vastly different portions of people’s lives and potentially calls for a new model.

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Data-driven Urban Design