Located in a natural setting, like a pavilion in the woods, the building is both introverted and extroverted: each space has a relationship either to the internal courtyard or to the surrounding woodland and greenery, while certain moments provide views of Glasgow beyond. With a flat roof and floor levels that respond to the natural topography, the rooms vary in height, with the more intimate areas programmed for private uses such as counselling, and more open and spacious zones for communal use. More than any other space, the internal courtyard provides a place of sanctuary and respite.
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The 10 Most Creative People in Architecture | Design & Innovation | Fast Company
Fast Company has produced a special on the creative people of business in every industry and Architecture was one category along with Web, Movies, Health, Marketing, Food and Sports.
The list for Architecture includes the usual list of ‘starchitects’ including Rem Koolhaus, Zaha Hadid, Jacques Herzog, Pierre De Meuron, Norman Foster for the full list go to Fast Company
SOURCE: Fast Company – The 10 Most Creative People in Architecture
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