Stadiums, theaters, and other event venues typically suffer from a binary relationship of use and disuse, existing either as monuments to past spectacles or as placeholders of events to come. This may be ameliorated through opening up the possibilities of both program and experience at these sites. Neither singular and static nor neutral and empty, the thesis lies in articulating an architectural space that operates beyond simple on/off operations and rather creates a framework for plurality.
Status: School Project
Location: Toronto, ON, CA