I think there are many out there that think of architecture like a compartment. We hear a lot of this in terms of planning and use, but I would also argue that we think of architecture itself as compartmentalized. Each architecture is a box separated distinctly from it's neighboring boxes. This project by Yazdani Studio is a great example of how architecture can weave in and out of itself and enrich the various uses within the structure. Rigid barriers are not needed to define space, so if you can strategically weave the spaces together they maintain their autonomy, but also invite exploration that might not otherwise occur.
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