Shipyard: A public architecture of assimilation
Adams, Nicholas Michael
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/2007
The master thesis proposal develops a design for a shipyard located on Halsey Street Wharf, Auckland. Through deriving an architecture from the historical context of the Auckland waterfront, the proposal develops a design that questions the current paradigm of international waterfront architecture and industrial port architecture and alludes to an alternative response that allows the public to interact and engage with an active program of historic meaning and display. It is theorised that architecture should relate to the context of the site, providing an architecture of assimilation and integration.
Keywords:Shipyard design, Waterfront architecture, Industrial ports, Architectural context
ANZSRC Field of Research:120101 Architectural Design
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