I'm not sure that I believe in the concept of precedent studies, regardless, I was asked by my studio professor(s) to compile a study of previous architectural projects to present in class tomorrow. Around five or so buildings would suffice.
So, here are images of my precedents. None of them buildings. Some more architectural than others.
There is a common theme of immersive, interactive environments. The last image of the reactable is a bit redundant, but more specifically emphasizes how technology can be approached in the new mediatheque. I think the beneficial aspect of precedents fills my head with inspiration, something I would do naturally, now it's just recorded on paper. But studying other libraries prior to the design of our own library steps dangerously close to the copy and paste territory of ideas, as well as making me question the whole purpose of the design studio. It should be a think lab, not a taste filter.
Here are links to the projects above >>>
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