The organizational pattern that emerges for Maritime Metropolis neighborhoods represents the different segments of time that characterize a particular historical period.

The pattern language here is supported by a spatial organization of patches (rooms) and corridors connecting local markets, tourist attractions, and urban housing to each other.  Connectivity and walkability in big cities are important in order to develop better urban citizens’ health.


9 responses to “Drawings

  1. for the “Diagram the ordering system of 3 Maritime Metropolis urban rooms in ink (analog) and 3 digitally. Differentiate lines. LINES.” these could be momochromatic, black and white for now.

  2. Love your drawings Yuliya! The seventh image is my favorite; I can see the perspective and the incorporation of time. I think if you add a little bit of line weight on that one it would make it just a bit more clear though. Beautiful nonetheless.

    Also, Philip, what do you mean “three of three were intended to be digital?”

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