The project seeks to enhance human experience in daily transitional spaces.
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
By relying on design principles that prioritize change, the project reimagines the circulation of a commute in order to break the monotony of daily routine. The strategies include – the option to choose by multiplying routes, integrating programs which encourage interaction, and implementing time-based elements which evolve throughout the day.
The planned Ben Gurion light rail station in Bnei Brak is expected to serve 30,000 commuters a day who will disperse to the immediate surrounding offices, residences, and commercial buildings. This site becomes a case study for incorporating change-based design principles where circulation acts as the anchor for creating an experiential routine.