Design Futures: bridging design journeys for a better future

Best Project of Building or Facility by Student

About the project
We envisage Design Museum as a thriving public space which celebrates, encourages and promotes innovations through design interactions and experiences. Our concept is generated by extending the lines of piers from the surrounding context onto the site. A set of blade walls parallel to the piers are placed 15 meters apart. Cuboidal volumes are further inserted through the blade walls at various levels. Intersections of these cuboidal volumes with each other offer ample sectional variations and contiguous spaces to accommodate galleries and display areas exhibiting design innovations through time. Elevating the functional areas above the ground has enabled us to open up free access to the ground which facilitates multi usage year round activities. Elevator at drop off point leads one to the sky walk offering spectacular panoramic views of the city and the water.

Oslo, Norway

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Applicants and author of the project
Parthiv Parikh, Ansh Shah
Project by Ansh Shah, B. Arch. student at School of Environmental Design and Architecture, Navrachana University, Vadodara, India.