A CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURAL PRODUCTION AND EXCHANGE: DESIGNING AN IN-CITY CAMPUS FOR A SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE IN PARIS
Designed by Bernard Tschumi, La Vilette Park is one of the most attractive public places in Paris.lt is the third largest park in the world and includes many cultural venues such as three major concert halls, the Conservatoire de Paris, and the Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie.The park is a space for activity and interaction, rather than relaxation and self-indulgence. The vast expanse of the park encourages freedom, exploration, and discovery. The main idea of a new architectural school in the park is to create parallel cinematographic scenes with the help of the planes. Creation of the series of parallel planes that continiously shiff in a relation to each other, as a walker follows the path,gives a different experience to everyone.As movable as the spectator is, as movable is the space presented to him.Panoramic archtecture, with its movement, interaction, vistas and rhythm of the surrounding changes a vision from time to time, from person to person.