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WTA Architecture + Design Studio | Urban Block

Concept & Competition WTA_Urban Block-Street

The Urban Block incorporates huge floorplates that allow for greater flexibility and more unique flexibilities in office and retail planning. This huge floorplate also allows for multiple connectivity for multilevel office campuses and creates a stronger core centrality. This centrality increases activity and maximizes foot traffic by allowing travel throughout the complex to be seamless and convenient.

WTA_Urban Block-Street 2The Urban Block also proposes a complete city center that functions as an urban core. This mix of diverse functions means a more creative and cosmopolitan urbanity is fostered inside the block. The creation of a unique and distinct urban environment stands in stark contrast to the existing urban fabric that dominates BGC. The Urban Block is a careful consideration of future trends. Projecting the future needs of an urban populace and anticipating and allowing for possibilities that will define the cityscape.

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Location: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Architect: WTA Architecture + Design Studio
Year + Status: 2014 – Concept
GFA + Program: 93369 sq.m. – Office + Commercial
 
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