This week in Concept and Proposals, you’ll see a project made by Forrest Fulton. A building with mixed use, and a organic shape.
Probably you heard about the Forrest Fulton Architecture’s contest. Well, the Alabama-based firm designed a 900,000 sqf biomorphic spatial surface that connects the adjacent city and the landscape. The architecture focuses on creating an urbanistic landscape that morphs the common urban element of Yerevan, the superblock, to the site, a truncated hill along the natural amphitheater of the Yerevan. This new model of development supports a “holistic, ultra-green lifestyle” with overlapping natural and urban phenomenon.