Fluid Interchange

Student: Jade Bailey

Tutors: Barry Wark, Maria Knutsson-Hall, Andreas Körner

The project look to take one of the Salzburg’s busiest interchanges of people and vehicles and reorganise the infrastructure through techniques evolved from the language of fluidity and flows. The result is a new, covered pedestrian space that the city is in desperate need of due to its diverse weather

The language develops and appropriates to the 2 two most common conditions found in building focussed on transport, those of movement ( flow) and those of waiting ( bubbling/ looping) that are defined in terms of words commonly associated with water . these spatial and biomorphic conditions affect the inhabitants psychology as they experience the space encouraging them to move or to dwell and relax.