Robyn Thomson, Canada
A gathering space for the nearby communities—a place for people to meet and relax, or hold small events.
The manufacturing presence in the community appears to limitthe use of outdoor spaces. Creating a social destination using industrial materials artfully connects this polarity, while encouraging the use of the nearby green spaces.
Coated steel rods form a hanging grid-like structure — open spaces with structural glass floors within this structure allow for occupation.
Approx. 26m x 14m
My name is Robyn Thomson, and I am a first year architecture student at Ryerson University in Toronto. Born and raised in Calgary, I have been a competing rhythmic gymnast up until this past year. Due to injury, ballet and architecture now anchor my days.