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Weave Bridge at University of Pennsylvania

Elements of Art: SPACE The Weave Bridge in Philadelphia is pedestrian bridge on the University of Pennsylvania campus that connects with Penn Park, a complex of athletic fields, open green spaces, and recreational facilities.

Mauricio Rocha and Gabriela Carrillo: “It is Important Not to Doubt That Architecture is Art”,Deans Building School of Commercial Banking, Juárez, Mexico City, 2015. Image Courtesy of Taller de Arquitectura Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo

Mauricio Rocha and Gabriela Carrillo: “It is Important Not to Doubt That Architecture is Art”,Deans Building School of Commercial Banking, Juárez, Mexico City, Image Courtesy of Taller de Arquitectura Mauricio Rocha + Gabriela Carrillo

archatlas: Varna Regional Library Architects for Urbanity Subtracting a large longitudinal void across a compact orthogonal volume, we propose a symbolic gesture that creates ‘air’, space for the etheric body - the knowledge - to be developed. The open space of knowledge divides therefore the mass of the building into two solid volumes. The backside volume is fragmented in three large zones, so that on the back of the building a ‘spine’ is created, a well-structured verticality...

Varna Regional Library Architects for Urbanity Subtracting a large longitudinal void across a compact orthogonal volume, we propose a symbolic gesture that creates ‘air’, space for the etheric body - the knowledge - to be developed. The open space.

Sam Kuhn, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014  Core Design 1: “Design 1 Final: Student Center” - Fall 2010, Prof. Steve CookeThis site is located on the campus of USF, between two pre-existing dormatories. The buiding would function as a smal student union for the incoming freshman students.

usfsacd: “ Sam Kuhn, USF School of Architecture, Class of 2014 Core Design “Design 1 Final: Student Center” - Fall Prof. Steve Cooke This site is located on the campus of USF, between two pre-existing dormatories. The buiding would function.