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The closing presentation for the year. Project description: Ruins of Villa dei Quintili announce the entry to the city of Rome. The ruins are in the process of excavation by archaeologists and yield impressive fragments of statues and material. The original access to the site was through Via Appia Antica, today the axis of a …

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Continuing with documenting the progress of the final year project, an Archaeology Interpretation Society, the presented is work exhibited on mid-term review. The general view of the approach from Via Appia Antica. The lecture theatre with portico-like open air auditorium have a visual link to the conservation laboratories next to callidarium. A longitudinal section through …

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Further development of the final project design, as shown on 1:500 models: The ruins of the Villa become the central/focal point of the project, through visual and physical connections. The ruins are surrounded by conservation laboratories, archive, exhibition space and auditorium. All are in physical interaction with ruins. The additions also help as guiding points …

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Site model @ 1:500 showing the most prominent parts of the ruins – amphitheatre, callidarium, frigidarium. Study model of a concrete space. One of the first designs for the “learn” space, located opposite callidarium. Offices, archive spaces and conservation laboratories are separated into three main blocks of the building. Study model of proposed view from …

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The final project on the site of the ruins of Villa dei Quintili makes the ruins of the Villa its main focal point and the means of connecting of the interventions in the surrounding landscape.¬† The concept follows the fragmentation and void of the ruins and divides the program among three separate interventions. The interventions …

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Research for the final project on archival buildings in Aylesbury by Steven Marshall Architects¬†http://www.marshallarchitects.co.uk/ The archives include meeting rooms and open plan offices. Architects have retained an existing farmhouse and incorporated it into the new program. The archive is open to public by appointment and the project is organized around a courtyard. Besides the impressive …

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