CITY OF HOUSTON X MIXX & WELL
URBAN | ARCHITECTURE | MARKETING
Research leading into the iterative design intent was observed by analyzing district mobility nodes. Mobility can be defined as the ability to move or be moved freely and easily. The definition will be examined and studied to reveal scale, density, form, materiality and program. The list can then be re-categorized to help influence the design within urban scales, architectural scales and building components. The final outcome will try and yield new ways that urban planning; architectural design and building materials may work in motion to create solutions. This will be carefully studied through an iterative process to reveal sequence and composition within the art place space. The transition from site to building will follow rigor and application resulting in seamless configurations.