Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA
A Continuity movement between Gallery spaces is shaping and carving a MASS. These spaces are distributed within a boundary box in a way that interacts with it’s surroundings (Light & Views).
The movement starts to create large open volumes that can be defined as public space, circulation or spaces for other programmatic requirements. Spaces can be formed as the movement genetically grows in space.
The movement between the main Galleries spaces is the main vehicle that is shaping the art spaces as a passive space, Also it branches out generating the active space (public space) but both are still relative to one another and both carefully deal with it’s surroundings.
This project was inspired by conceptual ideas in the project Seattle public library by OMA.
Status: School Project
Additional Credits: Instructor: Herwig Baumgartner