'Praxis of Flow' Redefines Interior and Exterior Interaction

 - Feb 22, 2011
References: arthurazoulai & evolo.us
Nature has always influenced the way we build, but only recently has architecture once again turned to the environment's organic forms, as embraced by 'Praxis of Flow.'

Designed by Melody Rees and Arthur Azoulai for Puerto Rico, this fibrous edifice is essentially an urban experience. It is a building that creates a situation in which people, cars and public transportation interact with an internal environment by means of open thresholds from the outside. Incorporating roads, gardens, shelters and courtyards, 'Praxis of Flow' suggests a new architecture reminiscent to the ancient.