RIBA Part.02 (2013) | Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
- In ancient Greece, the Agora was the centre of political, social and athletic activity: a place of public assembly. This project re-thinks this concept in a contemporary and acutely-relevant polycentric setting. The sub-centre becomes architecture’s project: seen as an urban context equally in need of innovation, imagination and critical response.
For Christchurch, A New Agora may be seen as a catalytic intervention on a vastly changing urban structure: challenging a more typical response and presenting one possible alternative. More generally, this design is a direct consideration and commentary on architecture’s multi-faceted, critical relationship with the city: ultimately understanding the two as fundamentally intertwined.
VitaPack is convenient to carry 0,5 kg orange in hand. Thanks to the round-cuts on the two side of the packaging (made from paper) we could see the fruits which we could take out easily. The packaging could be ductile from square shape into lengthy shape if we tear it up along the perforation – so we could carry it simply if we have more things in our hands.