School of Architecture and Design with Dormitory Facility in San Diego

Dormitory Facility at the New School of Architecture and Design

Here is a Designer proposes sustainable dormitory for the architecture school in San Diego. This amazing proposal was designed by Brandon Martella to create a diversified use of dormitory facilities, scheduled at the New School of Architecture and Design. This school is located in San Diego, California and has three blocks that contain a set of modules. Be created within a liquid tape vertical community and in accordance with the plans to accommodate 360 ​​students from the same school. The vertical extension, which represents Greenscape, works directly from Balboa Bay Park near the Park Blvd. It separates the campus of the new school.

Dormitory Facility at the New School of Architecture and Design

Dormitory Facility at the New School of Architecture and Design

On the south side of the building, a path is integrated vertically, which makes the design much more efficient. It gives a wonderful opportunity for those adventurers who enjoy participating in such activities when using the urban landscape as a playground. The building features a stunning mix of green spaces and local shrubs that create beautiful walks and acts like a curtain to reduce solar gain.Other than that, the whole building becomes a unique attraction that takes time from one day to fully explore.

New School of Architecture and Design

New School of Architecture and Design

This spectacular building has a cafeteria and brick market based on their purchases of supplies. This market is located on the fourth floor, where a variety of outlets will also be available. Go to the middle of the building and its journey to explore this fascinating area will remain incomplete, but the beauty of it is worth all the attention.

School of Architecture and Design-Dormitory Facility

School of Architecture and Design-Dormitory Facility

In the walk in three blocks, all you have to do is use the bridges to reach the top of the building or the highlights of the city where you get a panoramic view of San Diego.

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