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Abstract
The objectives. One: to determine how the problems arising form the complex interaction between students and machines could be resolved in such a way as to enhance the learning experience. Two: to create a system of internal and external activity areas which would serve as a coagulant in developing a coherent campus plan out of a previously dispersed and amorphous situation. Three: to investigate the extent to which Aalto's personal design idiom could be expanded and applied to architectural problem-solving at large. Specifically, I was interested in investigating the approach he used in organizing complex sets of spaces and activities in a building such as the Wolfsburg Civic Center.
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Analysis: Alvar Aalto, Community Center
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