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More than a Ferry Terminal

Far too often, architects imagine their buildings without people. Whether it is the artistic choice of the photographer or the intent of the designer, pedestrians seem to carry the stigma of slandering a beautiful space. However, the understanding of pedestrian dynamics within the built environment can help architects evaluate the effectiveness of their spatial designs. The optimized floorplan encourages use, social belonging, and interactive synergy.

Using computation studies, the ferry terminal aims to provide an uncongested environment that equipped with strategically located ancillaries and a lasting relevance of service. The same analytics are subsequently applied to the computation of building form, details, and aesthetics, further enhancing its performance outsets.

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