For this reason we have been working for some time with dynamic façades that can be adapted to changing conditions and individual needs.These systems can also be controlled and optimised using computer programs when the room is empty.
The first impression of the Villa on Chaplin’s hill, in Toronto, is that it clearly establishes and confirms its colonial attitude and intention. Perceiving a work of architecture as an act of “colonization” requires understanding the distinction between a clearly autonomous architecture and an architecture which is neatly and sympathetically inserted into its existing context.
Formally the school was defined as a longitudinal volume. The longitudinal facades are surfaces mainly sealed, only punctuated by the repetition of the same vertical opening in an apparently randomness, which at a deeper look demonstrates a careful composition instead.