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2006 – Bifrost, Dublin

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Speculative design for an eco-living development in Dublin called Bifrost. Arranged as a continuous unbroken building, the building is split up into a series of different areas that offer a total of 186,000 square meters of high density mixed-use space. Inside the figures of 8 are two large areas, one of which is accessible to the public and the other that will be for occupiers of the scheme, criss-crossed by a series of sky-bridges. The blocks were arranged so that the direct sunlight penetration can be the maximum so it can reach the full height without completely overshadowing the interior.

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