SYED In this example, Architecture firm OMA used a physical model which they described as a hyper rational program based model. This model is divided into three sections and these sections identify the users circulation and book’s location. This model helped them to show the process of both construction and function to their clients.
121 East 22nd Street is OMA’s first residential complex in Manhattan. The site straddles two separate and distinct neighborhoods: Gramercy Park, a calm oasis formed around a private park and Madison Square, a bustling public space hosting an array activities and commercial programming.
OMA + OLIN Selected to Design D.C.'s 11th Street Bridge Park
OMA + OLIN Selected to Design D.C.'s 11th Street Bridge Park - The competition jury for Washington D.C.‘s 11th Street Bridge Park has unanimously selected OMA + OLIN‘s design to turn the ageing freeway structure over the Anacostia River into an elevated park and new civic space for the city. Amazing design! [Architecture] #NerdMentor
The user study: Joseph Veliz, “Terminal Island: Juxtaposed Publics” project in “The Space of Infrastructure” design studio at Woodbury University taught by Curt Gambetta, Spring 2013. Inspired by OMA’s temporal diagrams of their unbuilt project in Yokohama, Japan, Veliz analyzes the use patterns and intensity of different constituencies of a waste to energy facility and its surroundings near the Port of Long Beach, CA. Image courtesy of Joseph Veliz.