floatan asylum le corbusier
Lyons Architecture | Exquisite Joint | Carlton Garden | Mosque | Church | Atheis | Speaker Corner
The project investigates additive forms generated from Photophobia, the condition of being hyper-sensitive to light. By developing this idea of Photophobia the project includes the construction of a robot and implementation of digital architectural
This proposition extremely explores the cultural content of Carlton area in Melbourne whichis well known as ‘Little Italy’ with its rich background of cultural diversity.
The proposal offers a solution which engage difference community by providing a common space with out any segregation of religion or races.
The proposal combine the 3 main community in Carlton itself which is Italian, Chinese Asian (international students) and Muslim Asylum seeker to create a self beloging feeling towards the site. This can also be breakdown into 3 main belief which is Islam, Christianity and Atheism.
The integration of spaces either public or private is a result of an exquisite moment that joint multiple different spaces together.
It has constructed a narrative towards the whole building proposal which embraces and welcomes any sort of people to the building without any cultural differences.
Neil Appleton (Lyons Director)
Adam Pustola (Lyons Associate)
Sam Hunter (Lyons Architect)
Joshua Morrin (Lyons Architect)
Paul Minife (Director of d_Lab RMIT)
Graham Christ (Director of Antartica)
Carey Lyons (Director of Lyons Architect)
Michelle Hammer (RMIT Lecturer)
Muhammad Amirruddin Shah (RMIT Master Student)
Brandon Charles (RMIT Bachelor Student)
Angelika Irawan (RMIT Master Student)
The formal space quality that can be extracted from the proposal is housing, commercial, retail and public spaces.