Case Studies and How An Architectural Student Deal With it?

Riksbyggen and Sweco Architects were announced as the winners of a government-led competition to create a cross-laminated timber framed housing development for the Johanneberg district of Gothenburg, Sweden. The proposal, called “Slå rot” (Swedish for “put down roots”), was chosen for its response to its existing environment with nods to tradition, while still providing an innovative structural system and modern living to the neighborhood.

Case studies and observing the future project from different angles is very important in architecture. An architect needs to take advantage of all the situations that are actually present on the site where the future building will stand. So, the studies should be thorough all possibilities making clear picture of the real situation and based on that the construction should be based. Case Studies and How An Architectural Student Deal With it?

Case Studies and Architectural Development of the Project

The architect should consult a literature being prepared with everything he/she’ll face with on the site. Being absolutely positive with the design that is the most suitable. The architect’s imagination is also very important and generalization of the objects. See what they all mean from the link bellow.






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