Living conditions in today’s world are changing rapidly. A pandemic when home became everything for us: an office, a restaurant, a meeting place, a place to study. The mobility of a building is more relevant than ever when in its “life” it can accommodate different scenarios of human use. Life is not static, and therefore the environment we create must change, transform and adapt to the new conditions of life.
INFINITE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS
We do not reject the old, but learn from them and create new ones. Bauhaus 21 is a blank piece of paper – with great potential and an enormous inheritance. We’re looking at new life scenarios, new emerging conditions. Because first, we have to understand what we are creating and for who we are building, what problems we want to solve and what goals we are pursuing.
A BALANCE BETWEEN THE OLD AND THE NEW
In our project, we tried to represent a constantly changing world and an architecture that adapts, changes realign to it. The design of our project is based on the curve of space and time.
Holographic panels glide when a person moves through space or under sunlight. The way these panels will look different depending on the position of the person in space and the size of the person reflects how when looking at the same thing or object in the heads of people there are completely different ideas.
The ideas our students will create.
Ideas that will change the world.