Fuel Station

Patrick Loo

Final Design Thesis Project
Supervisor: Dr Andrew Barrie

With the profitability of petrol still a successful viability, how will petroleum corporations move over the next few years to protect their market share? Already moves have been seen with the addition of new product lines and services to the station experience. How will the upgrading and reinvigoration of the physical element that houses these services take place over the coming decade? How will it address needs for flexibility towards new fuel types and a changing public perception? As the debate wages over what will be the future of transport, Hydrogen fuel, electric hybrids, bio-fuel, full electric – it becomes clear that many experts do not see a full widespread integration or transference to these systems for at least another decade if not more. Thus how does a future fuel station shift to accommodate this gradual meme shift?



museological systems

Jeremy Brick


catalogic assemblages_systems
ecological system_lythosphere
subcategory_hematite [fe2o3]
proposal_museological system

Hematite [fe2o3; iron3oxide] is a ferrimagnetic material [weak dipoles] and crystallizes in the ¿trigonal crystal system¿. The form, growth and organisation of hematite closely adheres to these local associative rule sets. These ¿bottom-up¿, self-organizing rule sets, can be deployed appropriately and strategically allowing the generation of an adaptive 3D fabric, providing diverse spatial configurations of various urbanisms and architectures with the ability for further growth and densification.


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