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Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub along Gorbals Street - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This exterior render shows the Hub from the landscaping. It depicts the change in scale as the blocks rise off the ground, as well as its exterior staircase which allows visitors to 'climb' the building.
Interior View of the Entrance along the Study Bays - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This view shows the entrance as seen from the mezzanine. The entrance is centered along the main space creating a double height space which draws visitors in. the casselated beams are exposed to create the illusion of strong enclosure, while the brick detailing creates a human scale haptic environment along the walls.
Section AA - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Interior View of the Mezzanine along the Study Bays - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This view shows the other opposite double height informal study space as seen along the study bays. These bays are acoustically protected by the wooden louvres and the cieling is lower to create a more private , quiet space.
Urban Strategy - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
East Elevation - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
The Cook Street Entrance - Fiona Wylie As existing, the tall historical wall surrounding the site creates an imposing barrier along Cook Street, but this proposal plays with the thresholds along the street edge, to make it more inviting. The placement on the corner emphasizes visibility and transparency from a distance, with the restaurant perched over the sidewalk to create a clear entrance, and the growing production clearly visible as a green beacon.
Technical Section - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
View of Physical Model along Gorbals Street - Shivani Sarjan This view of the phigital model depicts the building from the landscaping, clearly showing the user's ability to 'climb' the building to the spaces above.
Community Strategy - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Aerial View of the Physical Model - Shivani Sarjan This view of the Phigital model, shows the landscaping, the arches and how the buildings interact with them. It also shows the access routes to the building and the parking lot.
Adjacencies and Volume Study - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub along Cleland Street - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This view shows the new 'street' created underneath the building. The commercial spaces have street level service counters here to interact with the wider public. In the back light cannons drive sunlight underneath the building.
Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub along Laurieston Street - Shivani Sarjan This is a view of the east block along Laurieston Road. It shows the subtle interaction with the Gorbals, inviting the community to go through the arches.
Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub along Gorbals Street - Shivani Sarjan This exterior views shows the building along gorbals street in the opposite direction. It depicts the higher blocks' relationship with the landscaping, creating a protected area underneath.
Site Plan - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Interior View of the Study Bay - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This view depicts the 'Study Bay' a custom piece designed to create a semi isolated space to study or work. It maintains a relationship with adjoing bays and centers around a large window with a shallow embrasure.
Interior of the Education Hub's Atrium and Reception - Ellie Carroll
The Main Entrance - Fiona Wylie After entering the building from Cook street and rising up through the building, the main entrance acts as a "tree" base for the rest of the growing tower, with a glass floor looking down into the seed library. At the center of it is introductory information about hydroponic growing, and the space splits off into the learning spaces, the main atrium, growing spaces, and the wellness wing.
Education Hub Elevations - Ellie Carroll
Interior Elevation of 3 Study Bays - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This interior elevation shows 3 Study Bays ranging along a mezzanine. It shows the relationship between these spaces as well as the larger building. The large windows frame the space while the desk forms and interlocking partition to divide but not entirely seperate the spaces. The bay accomodates several ways to work, including a formal desk, a bookshelf and a bench.
The Railway Line - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub from the Tram Station - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This exterior renders depicts the station and entrance as seen from the bridge. It shows the stations seamless indoor outdoor relationship with the block. The paving steps up to allow visitors to easily exit the tram. It then steps down to the landscaping beyond.
Axonometric Diagram - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
South Elevation - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
North Elevation - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Interior View of the Youth Club - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub The Youth Club is a dedicated space in the Hub for teenagers to gather and use independently. This room adjoins two auxilliary spaces for study and counselling.
View of Physical Model along the Tram Line - Shivani Sarjan This is a view of a the phigital model from along the refurbished railway. It depicts the new tram line as well as how the building steps onto and over the arches.
Interior View of the Reception - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This is the administrative reception as you enter the primary space from the station. A lightweight staircase wraps around a simple reception space across from the administrative office. This semi private block is open to the public and visitors and the receotion provides the first point of contact within the building,
Section CC - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Section BB - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Interior View of the Co-Working Space - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub The co-working spaces is large open space designed for hot-desking as 'offices' become more flexible. It is a more public with its own elevator. The block also incudes more private spaces in the mezzanine above and meeting rooms. It opens onto two outdoor terraces and directly connects to the cafe block below.
Andrew McCluskie Flexible Workshop Space The Flexible workshopping space is designed to host School Trip Groups as well as everyday workshops for pre-school aged children that will be run by Centre Staff. As such the seating can be completely removed, folding away or stored in a bespoke unit built off of the retaining wall. A palate of light stained Larch is used for the furniture to maximise daylighting potential at the rear of the building.
Conceptual Diagrams - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub
Section of 1 Study Bay and Balcony - Shivani Sarjan Laurieston Education Hub This Section cuts through one study bay and the mezzanine. It defines the deep embrasure created by the window which the bench fits into. The partition offers privacy without completely enclosing the user; using sheer fabric and spaced wooden elements. The shelf, defines the entrance to the space while providing a number for easy navigation. Finally, the large lighting element also provides a sound buffer.
Exterior View of the Laurieston Education Hub along Gorbals Street - Shivani Sarjan This exterior view shows the whole site along Gorbals Street. The landscaping opens to the road in some places but is more protected by trees in some. The Blocks also gemetrically respond to the residential development accross the road.