Originally published at: https://www.ronenbekerman.com/showcase/eco-loop/
The project begins with the possibility that the loop’s unlimited connections can solve the physical distance at the campus site. The loop dismantles and decentralizes the density and the hierarchy of the facilities of this complex. It eliminates and replaces rigidity and regularity with flexibility and buoyancy. Based on the above-mentioned concept, the proposed campus design is possible by eliminating the conventional and predetermined relationships between project programs and their connections through a sustainable transportation system with advanced technology as well as active and constant connectivity. The goal of this project is to create a decentralized communication order. It removes and transcends the usual topographical, geographical, traditional, and social constraints of the site for designing a campus program, thus offering a new perspective and a communication method to enhance spatial capabilities for scientific social groups and professional developments.
Studio: Urban Unit Architecture & Construction / Artist: Ahmad Eghtesad
Work: Commissioned Project
Designer: • Principal Architect: Harmik Hanbarchyan, Ali Nazari • Project Architects: Ahmad Eghtesad, Mohammad Aghaei, Mary Grigoryan, Anjela Petrosyan • Structural Engineer: Tade Avazbalyan
Client: COAF (Children of Armenia Fund)
Location: Armenia Armenia