• Code PID23210
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Tutor/s Kireet Patel,Aparajita Basu,Vishal Joshi,Vaibhavi Thakkar Desai
  • TA Nusratjahan Shaikh,Jhanavi Parikh,Alagappan Swaminathan


Elevating Da Vinci’s Machines Experience through Interdependence

The hypothesis posits that interdependent materials and structural techniques heighten spatial experiences, exemplified in the project "Cohesive Construct: Elevating Da Vinci's Machines Experience through Interdependence." Roles, like metal and concrete in adaptive reuse, geodesic domes in offices, and tensile structures in collaborative spaces, underscore the versatility of this design philosophy. Da Vinci's machines serve as pivotal elements, linking history with interactive education. This multi-dimensional experience aligns with The Big Rethink's focus on tectonic materiality, where the strategic use of interdependent elements reshapes interior design paradigms. The inclusion of Da Vinci's machines enriches narratives, seamlessly intertwining with the interdependent design philosophy for a holistic, educational, and innovative design approach.