TRANSITION SPACE DESIGN

                                

          Transition space is the space within which one can explore changes in one’s life. It’s a creative space where experiments can happen and people can become innovative and enthusiastic given the right focus.

Here are few examples:

DECKS

Decks are connecting spaces from an indoor environment to outdoor environment which in turn can be connected to pool, lawn or pathway. Deck carefully delineates an intimate place for sitting in covered,      semi covered or open environment.

DECK WITH MULTIFUNCTIONS

BUFFER ZONES

Indoor outdoor buffer zones can be linked by decorative columns along the pathways, low walls, seating along both sides ,open to sky pathways.

PATHWAY ALIGNED WITH TRESS ON BOTH SIDES

PORCHES

Covered and semi covered porches offer shelter from sun and can be used for multifunction’s .Porches can be covered by awnings, frp sheets, glass, timber roofs, r.c.c slabs.

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MULTIFUNCTIONAL PORCH

PERGOLAS

Pergolas make excellent transition element between interior and exterior. Pergolas are semi covered spaces with different functions. It acts like wall screen as well which provides privacy for spaces like outdoor shower.

PERGOLA WITH DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS

CEILING

Large cantilevered roof planes are another means of making sheltered transition zone. It protects from sun and rain and add to the aesthetics of the place.

CANTILEVERED SLAB

PAVILION

Pavilions can be deployed almost anywhere in the landscape. It can be totally covered or semi covered with creepers to add to the beauty of landscape.

PAVILION AMIDSTS THE GREEN

Thus these are few spaces and ways in which they can be designed and enhanced to make the best use of it functionally and enhance the beauty.

Author:

Architect from Mumbai.

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