THE FRAMES TO PORTRAY
At first sight, one notices many entrances leading inside. Where should the photographer enter from? Which floor should he visits first? One room will capture the photographer’s attention picturing the city, the full context. Many entrances are available to access this room, and many views are present (neighbors, terrace, garden, bridge). The windows frame the city into fragments. The east elevation becomes the value that’s in front of the existing structure expanding the visual alignment/axiality.
There are different openings; leading the visitors to the garden, showing the circulation, taking the keeper outside and a glass façade providing transparency. The photographer, can pass his private area, or the upper floor from the terrace, without accessing exhibition. A connection is created by the indoor private balcony on the first floor, overlooking the exhibition.