MODIFY

Organic School

This innovative structure that will operate as a school is located in Fourezi which belongs to the Municipality of Paiania Glykon Neron. One of the biggest challenges in designing the project was to create a building that is the total opposite of the ones surrounding it. The building consists of two volumes: one organic-shaped -which looks like candy -and another square one with rounded edges. The two volumes are in different heights so that they can create two yards, one sheltered and one on the roof of the first building. The overall building is modern, its white walls and wooden and metallic details give out the essence of simplicity. Its unique appearance is completed by the main staircase, the only volume made of exposed concrete which gives off a feeling of stability and is in sync with the city.

Schools are impactful structures for society as they are the places where we can learn the basic things about how we can operate as individuals in our society. Also, in schools, we can learn about how to perceive our surroundings - buildings and open spaces - and how to inhabit them. Having that in mind, we designed structures with different shapes, combined in ways that create a playful optical output. On the other hand, we designed the inside with the thought of having the biggest space possible for the classrooms and also creating routes going from one volume to the other and from the inside to the outside, experiencing the building in every possible way.

Texture

The relationship between geometry and architectural design are described and discussed along some examples. Geometry is the fundamental science of forms and their order. Geometric figures, forms and transformations build the material of architectural design. In the history of architecture geometric rules based on the ideas of proportions and symmetries formed fixed tools for architectural design. The relationship between geometry and architectural design are described.

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The relationship between geometry and architectural design are described and discussed along some examples. Geometry is the fundamental science of forms and their order. Geometric figures, forms and transformations build the material of architectural design.In the history of architecture.