This week, our inspiration comes from projects which simultaneously devote themselves to constructing with brick while challenging its conventions.
Today's inspiration post incorporates a couple of articles which remind us of the designs which emerged at the height of the movement's duration, and some which highlight the continued impact of the work in architecture today.
The site, the aesthetic fabric of the environment, the visibility and symbolism… each inform the placement of building elements, arrangement of communicating spaces, alignment of interior functions, and the use of light to affect the development of the three-dimensional massing.
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This rehabilitation will uncover some of the most beautiful elements of the original Norman Hall, completed in 1932, and create teaching spaces that fit the refinement of the current higher education model and pedagogy.