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Theories group C (1)

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Mai Ahmed

on 6 December 2016

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CORRIDORS
PASS THROUGH SPACES
secondly
corridor is a hallway connecting parts of the building
*the integrity of each space is maintained
*the configuration of the path is flexible
* mediating spaces can be used to link the path with the spaces


ELEMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE !!
CORRIDORS
AT FIRST
what is a CORRIDOR?
urban corridors
interior corridors
FORMS OF CORRIDORS
CONFIGURATION OF CORRIDORS
LINEAR CORRIDORS
RADIAL CORRIDORS
A RADIAL CONFIGURATION HAS LINEAR PATHS EXTENDIND FROM OR TERMINATING AT A CENTRAL, COMMON POINT

SPIRAL CORRIDORS
GUGGENHIEUM
a spiral configuration is a single continuous path that originates from a central point revolves around it and becomes increasingly distante from it
A GRID CONFIGURATION CONSISTS OF 2 SETS OF PARALLEL PATHS THAT INTERSECT AT REGULAR INTERVALS AND CREATE SQUARE OR RECTANGULAR FIELDS OF SPACE
GRID CORRIDORS
THE CODE OF CORRIDORS
SOLUTION TO A DEAD END CORRIDOR: CORRIDOR GETS WIDE AFTER A SHORT INTERVAL THAT GETS NARROW AGAIN (MAKING A NODE)
• The path may pass through aspace axially obliquely or along its edge
• In cutting through aspace the path creates pattern of rest and movement within it



TERMINATE IN A SPACE
CONCEPT OF CORRIDORS

Murray House, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1969, MLTW/Moore-Turnbull

CASE STUDY :

example 1: venice biennale
example 2:

shekspeare theatre

example 3: AN house
corridors of sight
haven't u ever tried adding them?
+
= ?
+
= ?
scientific statistics proved that 90% of us subconsciously do; whether by drawing, playing puzzle, or even imagining
Diagram as Architecture:
House III for Robert Miller, Lakeville, Connecticut, 1971, Design Development Drawings, Peter Eisenman
thank you
Group 4:

MAI AHMED
OLA ABDALLAH
YEHIA M SOLIMAN
ALAAELDIN OUSAMA
RANAL ALI RAHAL
AYA HESHAM
AYA ALI
AMAL SHAALAN
KARIM EL TORKY
MAHMOUD EL SHAZLY
REEM SAWAN

1. ENCLOSED :
2.semi-closed
3.open
A CORRIDOR IS A PROPORTION TO A ONE DIRECTION EXIT THAT DOESN'T EXCEED 6 M WITH EXCEPTIONS
EXAMPLE TO SHOW THE IMPORTANCE OF CARING THAT IT ISNOT A DEAD END CORRIDOR
PATHS AND SPACE RELATIONSHIPS
pathe may be related to the spaces they link in a number of ways

PASS BY SPACES
NATURAL LIGHT
COLOR
MATREIAL
ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
ALL PATHS ARE LINEAR
A STRAIGHT PATH, CAN BE THE PRIMARY ORGANIZING ELEMENT FOR A SERIES OF SPACES
ALSO IT CAN BE CURVILINEAR OR SEGMENTAL INTERSECT OTHER PATHS , HAVE BRANCHES OR FORM A LOOP
asylum little more
san lawrenss
elements of architecture
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