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Rotating plug-in apartment in Shanghai
Elop 6 @ Stanford Research Park
Elop 6 Introduction Video
EXPO 2015 Performance Center
Translation Architecture Spoken ( Steven Holl )
Cascina Merlata Replanning
Pesaro music performance center
Istanbul workshop poster
Urban Design of the Middle age Town Sabbi
A bridge too far - WUZHI bridge project
Electronic Pump up Station
Real and Virtual Chatting Room
The elop* project intent is to bring together architects, engineers, landscape architects and social scientists to approach a design problem from a trans-disciplinary standpoint. This year’s task was to develop a proposal for a 21st Century research park located next to Palo Alto’s train station at the intersection of University Avenue and Alma Street. Our international trans-disciplinary team collaborated virtually after a brief conference at Stanford University to meet each other and see the potential construction site. Many tools were used to share information, architectural products and ideas during the months working across continents. The team met again at the end of January to complete their work and present their results. Team Sami developed a vision for a linear park to connect the San Francisquito Creek to a multi-use facility via thematic gardens and natural outdoor areas. This linear park will stitch together the Stanford Campus and downtown Palo Alto creating a win-win environment at the connection point between these two vital communities. A multi-use building will encourage people ranging from entrepreneurs, students, commuters and tourists to mingle amongst exhibits of the latest technology encouraging discussion and fostering innovation.
The elop* project intent is to bring together architects, engineers, landscape architects and social scientists to approach a design problem from a trans-disciplinary standpoint.
Discussing different metaphors with teammate.
First drawing from the site
concept drawing of the site
drawings of the plants
process model 2
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