HEL
Hellinikon
Linear Typology Comparison

Hellinikon

Comparison of the typology of the linear bar found in ancient Greek examples of the linear city and the stoa of eumenesComparison of the typology of the linear bar found in ancient Greek examples of the linear city and the stoa of eumenesComparison of the typology of the linear bar found in ancient Greek examples of the linear city and the stoa of eumenesComparison of the typology of the linear bar found in ancient Greek examples of the linear city and the stoa of eumenes

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Exploded axon of the multiple connections and additions attached to the HEL linear bars throughout the airport intersectionExploded axon of the multiple connections and additions attached to the HEL linear bars throughout the airport intersectionExploded axon of the multiple connections and additions attached to the HEL linear bars throughout the airport intersectionExploded axon of the multiple connections and additions attached to the HEL linear bars throughout the airport intersection
Animation illustrating the reciprocal relationship between the adjacent context and the attraction of the HEL insertionAnimation illustrating the reciprocal relationship between the adjacent context and the attraction of the HEL insertionAnimation illustrating the reciprocal relationship between the adjacent context and the attraction of the HEL insertionAnimation illustrating the reciprocal relationship between the adjacent context and the attraction of the HEL insertion
Animation of the three ambitions for reflection caused by the insertion of the HEL linear city into the urban fabricAnimation of the three ambitions for reflection caused by the insertion of the HEL linear city into the urban fabricAnimation of the three ambitions for reflection caused by the insertion of the HEL linear city into the urban fabricAnimation of the three ambitions for reflection caused by the insertion of the HEL linear city into the urban fabric
Masterplan drawing showing the distinct neighborhoods around the airport site in relation to the HEL insertionMasterplan drawing showing the distinct neighborhoods around the airport site in relation to the HEL insertionMasterplan drawing showing the distinct neighborhoods around the airport site in relation to the HEL insertionMasterplan drawing showing the distinct neighborhoods around the airport site in relation to the HEL insertion
Flat axonometric drawing illustrating the duality of the split park and city infill approaching from the northFlat axonometric drawing illustrating the duality of the split park and city infill approaching from the northFlat axonometric drawing illustrating the duality of the split park and city infill approaching from the northFlat axonometric drawing illustrating the duality of the split park and city infill approaching from the north
Pair of study models looking at the two endpoints of the HEL insertion with relationships to the mountain suburbs and the seaPair of study models looking at the two endpoints of the HEL insertion with relationships to the mountain suburbs and the seaPair of study models looking at the two endpoints of the HEL insertion with relationships to the mountain suburbs and the seaPair of study models looking at the two endpoints of the HEL insertion with relationships to the mountain suburbs and the sea
Exploded plan drawing showing the many layers of the proposed Hellinikon system of two linear bars and other programsExploded plan drawing showing the many layers of the proposed Hellinikon system of two linear bars and other programsExploded plan drawing showing the many layers of the proposed Hellinikon system of two linear bars and other programsExploded plan drawing showing the many layers of the proposed Hellinikon system of two linear bars and other programs
Model photograph of the architectural model for the proposed HEL intervention viewed from the urban endpoint of the barsModel photograph of the architectural model for the proposed HEL intervention viewed from the urban endpoint of the barsModel photograph of the architectural model for the proposed HEL intervention viewed from the urban endpoint of the barsModel photograph of the architectural model for the proposed HEL intervention viewed from the urban endpoint of the bars
Animation of linear urban precedents through history to inform the strategy of HELAnimation of linear urban precedents through history to inform the strategy of HELAnimation of linear urban precedents through history to inform the strategy of HELAnimation of linear urban precedents through history to inform the strategy of HEL
Animation highlighting the various related zones around the airport with an entry point for the HEL insertionAnimation highlighting the various related zones around the airport with an entry point for the HEL insertionAnimation highlighting the various related zones around the airport with an entry point for the HEL insertionAnimation highlighting the various related zones around the airport with an entry point for the HEL insertion
Section perspective of the central space created between the two infrastructural HEL bars with porous public levelsSection perspective of the central space created between the two infrastructural HEL bars with porous public levelsSection perspective of the central space created between the two infrastructural HEL bars with porous public levelsSection perspective of the central space created between the two infrastructural HEL bars with porous public levels
Site plan drawing for HEL showing the confrontation and results of the inserted bars with the airport infrastructureSite plan drawing for HEL showing the confrontation and results of the inserted bars with the airport infrastructureSite plan drawing for HEL showing the confrontation and results of the inserted bars with the airport infrastructureSite plan drawing for HEL showing the confrontation and results of the inserted bars with the airport infrastructure

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The challenge of creating a pair of studio apartments that can fill a lifted 16'x16' void necessitates the creation of a quick, mobile, and opportunistic building system that can react to the found conditions of the site. Access to the site is limited and the ground must be free.

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