The fourth day was mostly focused on the design of the minimal surfaces, which were categorised according to their topologic properties. Each student group tried to select one of the surfaces and applied this onto their site, in such a way to adapt it to the movement flow diagrams they created at the beginning of the workshop. With the help of this adaptation phase, designs tended to respond to the existing connectivity problems within each site and created spatial opportunities for a variety of usages, such as bridges, underpasses, pedestrian and bicycle roads, canopies, etc.


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