“To ensure that your building’s lifespan is long (and valuable to people), make sure that it stands not only because of strength of its materials, but also because of the adaptability of its composition.  In other words, to create an architecture that stands the test of time, be sure to consider how it will weather, change and grow.  Your building’s ability to stand tall should also be balanced by its ability to flex as the winds of change blow in its direction – while still being true to the essence of its original design.”
-Maria Lorena Lehman

Lehman, Maria Lorena. “How Long Is Your Building’s Lifespan?” Sensing Architecture. November 19, 2012. Accessed August 5, 2015. http://sensingarchitecture.com/8965/how-long-is-your-buildings-lifespan/.
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                        Exploring how a wall can be more engaging to the human body.

                       Exploring how a wall can be more engaging to the human body.

SCHEME 1

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Initial Section Concepts (Which I am unattached to)

SCHEME 2

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Initial Section Concept (Which I am unattached to)

 

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