This city is divided into three zones, a zone for pursuing passions, for moving and for living.
The zone for pursuing is dedicated to learning and physical activities. Imagined spaces include a space that is both a library and an aquatics center. Where one read in a library, dive into the river, or float in a pool.
The zone for moving is dedicated to both social and solitary experiences. Cafes and public spaces are sprinkled throughout this flat meadow. A network of meditation trails run throughout the meadow allowing for self-reflection and solitude.
Finally, the zone for living is dedicated to living with others and with nature. The residential zone allows for a multiplicity of living options from apartments to co-living spaces while also offering the experience of interacting with the creek whether by hearing the running water or by standing in it while fishing.
Master in Architecture at the Spitzer School of Architecture // Fall 2017