Projects

_skatescape intervention proposal_// _ mk_government_yard_//

 

_humans constantly engage in instinctive and rapid analysis of spatial scene structure when navigating an environment or searching for objects. space can be described with two structural descriptions, the first one reflecting layout of surfaces in the physical world, and the second, semantic description, which incorporate the observers understanding of the environment. saining a formal understanding of how geometric aspects of space map onto human perceptual, cognitive, and neural systems will help creating efficient functional spaces for our daily interactions with the environment. _recognizing the current environment determines our ability to act, for example when selecting a route for walking, anticipating where objects are likely to appear, and knowing what behaviors are appropriate in a particular context. perceiving the geometry of space in our three dimensional world is essential for navigating and interacting with objects. _whereas objects are typically entities we act upon, environments are entities we act within or navigate towards: they extend in space and encompass the observer. _on this location we define a scene as an interactive space, perceived as pattern on which geometrical shapes arise and become transformable objects used daily (relaxing, skating, enjoying, perceiving). transformation is possible when the basic square, found in the ground floor of the governmental building and the window element (before sk2014 project) is combined with the tapestry patterns which are further transformed and elevated. _the square and triangle are the basic shapes found in the macedonian architectural heritage, from traditional architecture – brutalism - modernism, from the floor plans of houses to the embroidery and tapestry as an integrative part of our culture: _square – one of the four fundamental symbols. a symbol of the earth as an opposite to the sky; also a symbol of a created universe – space; an anti-dynamic figure, symbolizing a stop, an isolated moment, an idea of stagnation, freezing. the most common form used in embroidery. triangle – an equilateral triangle symbolizes god, harmony, proportion. in the traditional house it is found as the most common roof form, the sanctuary, also commonly used as an element of embroidery.

 

_humans constantly engage in instinctive and rapid analysis of spatial scene structure when navigating an environment or searching for objects. space can be described with two structural descriptions, the first one reflecting layout of surfaces in the physical world, and the second, semantic description, which incorporate the observers understanding of the environment. saining a formal understanding of how geometric aspects of space map onto human perceptual, cognitive, and neural systems will help creating efficient functional spaces for our daily interactions with the environment. _recognizing the current environment determines our ability to act, for example when selecting a route for walking, anticipating where objects are likely to appear, and knowing what behaviors are appropriate in a particular context. perceiving the geometry of space in our three dimensional world is essential for navigating and interacting with objects. _whereas objects are typically entities we act upon, environments are entities we act within or navigate towards: they extend in space and encompass the observer. _on this location we define a scene as an interactive space, perceived as pattern on which geometrical shapes arise and become transformable objects used daily (relaxing, skating, enjoying, perceiving). transformation is possible when the basic square, found in the ground floor of the governmental building and the window element (before sk2014 project) is combined with the tapestry patterns which are further transformed and elevated. _the square and triangle are the basic shapes found in the macedonian architectural heritage, from traditional architecture – brutalism - modernism, from the floor plans of houses to the embroidery and tapestry as an integrative part of our culture: _square – one of the four fundamental symbols. a symbol of the earth as an opposite to the sky; also a symbol of a created universe – space; an anti-dynamic figure, symbolizing a stop, an isolated moment, an idea of stagnation, freezing. the most common form used in embroidery. triangle – an equilateral triangle symbolizes god, harmony, proportion. in the traditional house it is found as the most common roof form, the sanctuary, also commonly used as an element of embroidery.

_skate_plaza//”park na frankofonija”//-skopje

__arch/skate intervention in the city park of Skopje-"Park na Frankofonija"

_combining two concepts of "skate plaza" & "skate path"

_minimalistic approach// using white geometric forms to add multipurpose functionality of the area, for people of all ages, without decomposing the existing environment__/

__arch/skate intervention in the city park of Skopje-"Park na Frankofonija"

_combining two concepts of "skate plaza" & "skate path"

_minimalistic approach// using white geometric forms to add multipurpose functionality of the area, for people of all ages, without decomposing the existing environment__/