Exhibition of Studio Projects


Bc. Matěj Příman


Logistics halls the size of city blocks. Areas the size of entire cities. Concrete, steel and dirt everywhere. Dehumanization of scale under the pressure of consumerism. Halls are ubiquitous in today's society, occupying fertile land and destroying the landscape. But what will happen to them when technological progress overtakes them or when they are absorbed by expanding urbanization. Halls around the world have a lot in common. They are built on the same module from the same materials. It is located on the outskirts of large metropolises and settlements - in no man's land. Society depends on them, but their contribution potential is much greater. So I'm looking for a universal floor plan, with the help of which the hall can be easily, cheaply and quickly converted to another purpose.

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