Technically the Floating Seahorse is classified as a boat, but it only takes one quick glance to see that the project is much more akin to a floating house. Designed by the team at Kleindienst Group, the project consists of 42 properties floating in the
architecture-apprentice: “ Initial concept model set within the site model with site analysis and the designs response overlaid in white. Method: Photograph your model and print the chosen image. Overlay tracing paper over the top of the photo.
The designer used proper colors to communicate meaning and the diagram shows simply how the basic form of the buildings was established. The diagram also shows why they decided to design the building this way, to connect views and paths.
Belle présentation de projet Second Prize: Professor Alan Pert and team members from Nord architecture/landscape firm (Brian McGinlay, Helen-Anne Love, Mark Bell and Rod Kemsley) and Atelier 10 environmental /structures firm