University of California, Berkeley, Master of Architecture
Fall 2017: ARCH201 Architecture & Urbanism Design Studio
Instructor: R. Chow
In which the typology of the public library is leveraged as an amplifer in order to increase legibility, identity, and public space in South of Market, San Francisco, USA. The project uses a strategy of modulation and exaggeration to accommodate an expansive program, seeking to express porosity and presence simultaneously.