Using intersecting passageways to invoke interaction within an urban housing complex
East Boston Housing is a project that focuses on the interaction between private and public spaces with an urban complex. A public walkway splices the private space, thus creating a constant flow of movement at offset levels along every floor. Horizontal and vertical circular movement exists throughout the space which differs from the straight and narrow greenway path that connects the site to the rest of Boston.
LOCATION: Urban Design Principles, Rhode Island School of Design
Providence, Rhode Island, USA