Is it time to rethink retail experiences which have become monotonous across the world?
Can marketplaces once again be ingrained with people’s lives as it used to be?
What role can mobility play in developing creating these new experiences?

Located on top of North Hollywood Metro Station in Los Angeles, sandwiched between two bus
stations and sitting right next to the NoHo Arts District, the project explores the relationship
between architecture and mobility through simulation tools.
The upper floors present two unique experiences - one inherently spiral and sequential, and
another where the shopper jumps around from store to store like Super Mario.
The basement and ground are fast flowing, free spaces of transport surrounded by grab and
go retail stores. The built masses occupy the lesser used spaces to maximize the ease of flow.
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