John Rahill

John Rahill

New York, NY, US


Dawn to Dusk

ARPL 302

Spring 2015

Critic: Sophia Gruzdys

The idea behind the building is the interaction between day and night.  The design takes a single unit and pulls it across the site to form a perimeter block. Like music, it creates a rhythm that dictates the movement between the spaces.  This system is then bent by the site forces.  The bend creates a space that promotes movement through the building.  It becomes the point where the spaces of the day meet the spaces of the night.  This interaction creates a dynamic where the building is always in use.  From dawn to dusk, the building is alive. 

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Status: School Project
Location: Rome, IT