IAC live-make-public

The industrial arts center design is based off of the idea of a threshold.  OTR was defined both in name and operation by the canals that divided it from adjacent neighborhoods.  Using this concept, the live and make aspects of the design are separated by a parallel axis to the original canal location and direction.  Crossing back and forth over this axis of separation is an armature that was designed using axial lines drawn to each of the historic brewery sites within the neighborhood.  Using this scheme, programmatic elements share spatial adjacencies and visual connectivity while remaining separated enough to allow for normal operation without interfering with the other.

The public component of the design, housed within the armature massing, is comprised of a retail store, art exhibition space, museum style information exhibits, as well as promenade spaces for receptions and exhibition events.  Using this scheme, greater community engagement is facilitated not just by the public component, but also through the economic drivers that are created within the live and make aspects as well.

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