Bugatti Showroom  and Maintenance Area

Bugatti Showroom and Maintenance Area

Our Project area is located in a dynamic, active environment having an intense urban population in the district of Nicosia, Cyprus. It is located in an area surrounded by ministries, commercial spaces and residences from north to south and it is connected to the end of the busiest street of the area. Connecting the end of the busiest street with the street which we will locate in our land constitute the backbone of our design. As a concept, We wanted our structure to be perceived not only belong to Bugatti but also part of the city by handling the data supplied by the city and Bugatti's smooth form and dynamic structure as a whole by creating awareness. Based on these data, we aimed to integrate Bugatti to the city with its smooth form and to make it a focal point. We strengthened the sense of belonging by inspiring from a part upper side of Bugatti while creating our roof structure.

We have created our urban route toward the focal point of the city.

Urban route and people constitute the backbone of our design. We provide our structure to be perceived not only belong to Bugatti but also part of the city through this backbone.

We have imposed urban road into the city to transform it into a rich perspective. We integrated our form to the city with its smoothness and create centres which are easier to detect by people. In this way, instead of creating an autonomous system independent from the surrounding, we have developed a design that integrates with the city and the people.

Its smooth integration to the city has been provided by approaching its opening toward the road with different perspectives created on the main street in a holistic way. After the roof of the structures that we want to create constituted a dynamic form suitable for mobility in the city, we smoothly integrated our structures to the city. We inspired from a part upper side of Bugatti for our buildings roof’s form and provided it to function likewise so we strengthened the sense of belonging.

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