The Hub of Euston

In cities, programs emerge, grow, overgrow, shrink or disappear. They take their place through constant shuffling from one building to another, leading to abandonment of some. Aggregation is reinstating needed programs that have disappeared, as well as providing space for the growing ones or those that are threatened by growth of the others. The collection takes place in the framework of the available space and process leads to a number of unexpected connections, relationships and collaborations between the programs. Community, as the main user, is linked to these extensions of social infrastructure by new physical links as well as existing networks.

AA Diploma Unit 11
Tutor: Shin Egashira