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Sutariya Margi Dharmendra


Biophilia: Curving Conventional Architecture

The design approach describes how organic qualities express themselves in various aspects of architecture. Space is intended to be a botanical research center. The idea develops on how biophilic design is cast in architecture. Normally, the design process begins with architecture and ends with the landscape; but, in this situation, landscape design influences and evolves the surrounding environment. The design includes different types of effects such as layering, fraying, and organic connecting relations with the formal structure were all addressed.

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Scene from workplace

Collages and hybrids

Hybrid space inspired by initial exploration of collages and objects

Site context

Conceptual model

Technical drawing

Sectional view through fraying concept

View from research center

Intermediate spaces

Interior views