Published: Monday, February 12, 2007
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Interior view of the glass corridor that runs along the rooms providing physical access to them.
A glass corridor links up the rooms and allows not only for adequate natural light to filter within but also pleasing lines of sight into the planned green area beyond. The entrance zone provides for an information point and control of the acoustic systems.
View of the pavilion space merged into a singular activity space.
Visitors are led from the entry to an upper open gallery across a flight of stairs. This gallery not only overlooks the underlying rooms, providing active access into the activities within, but emerges as a distinct element in the space appearing as a 'hanging glass room'.
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