brandon noah smith

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lawrenceville environmental charter school explores the narrative of wall

a typological, topographical analysis reveals a disconnect between existing site typologies
between the large scale, urban, flat shed and the small scale, residential, angular row house
the school typology, however, fits both spatial organizations resulting in a glitched massing
it is a space made of interstitial space, a space of niches, shifting to meet pedagogical needs
the notion of the party wall, a shared wall that divides and unifies, dominates the structure
a wall that places members in collective tension, that establishes connection with the exterior
the walls implement regularized study/meeting niches that disrupt large scale masses
it is a building of many scales, both pixel and image, both ordered and disordered
it is a building of walls, walls that dissolve, walls that construct, walls that divide, walls that unify
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