Pediatric Clinic, East Africa
by Milutin Cerovic, Ivana Petrusevski, Tijana Lapcevic, Djordje Stojanovic
2008 | 2009
Responsive solutions in building industry are normally associated with high budgets. In contrast, this is a low-cost application of adaptable architecture. Proposed design is not site specific; it is configured to suite different surroundings and varied demands. For practical reasons, it is based on the use of a single component designed for infinite growth within a recursive geometric pattern. The idea behind modular configuration is to define a spatial solution which would be able to grow and adapt according to the changing need; or according to varied conditions at different locations. Notionally, if more and more modules were to be added, the clinic facilities could grow infinitely but always confined the circular matrix, defined by three differently sized courtyards. Project was developed using Grasshopper and Rhino.