In this project we will be exploring strategies that determine the general massing of the housing elements (terraces, blocks, towers, slabs, clusters, etc.). However, as we design our focus should be on the open space. This includes the streets, alleys, paths and such that determine the entry points and movement patterns across the site. This establishes one of the key aspects of the character of the neighbourhood. Further, overall the quality of the scheme will depend on other open spaces – courtyards, greens, gardens, patios, playgrounds and so on. Taken together your approach should be to determine the negative space rather than the solids of the housing elements. 
Perspective of site   waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site   waitrose carpark, brighton  This perspective shows a friendly neighbourhood where privacy is open
Perspective of site waitrose carpark, brighton This perspective shows a friendly neighbourhood where privacy is open
Perspective of site   waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site   waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site waitrose carpark, brighton
Perspective of site   Mews Housing / waitrose carpark waitrose carpark, brighton  This perspective shows a Semi private balcony’s .
Perspective of site Mews Housing / waitrose carpark waitrose carpark, brighton This perspective shows a Semi private balcony’s .
Perspective of site   Mews Housing / waitrose carpark waitrose carpark, brighton  This perspective shows the layout of the entrance from the north show is a narrow pathway leading into a wide courtyard which can be turned into a playground or an event
Perspective of site Mews Housing / waitrose carpark waitrose carpark, brighton This perspective shows the layout of the entrance from the north show is a narrow pathway leading into a wide courtyard which can be turned into a playground or an event
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