Urban intervention in Georgetown crafting a canal in the center with opera stage, convenient shops and eateries has always been close to me but I do not see the urban mass model, the building mass model and the sort of things that allow the actor to communicate as to how the urban edge are defined, the figure grounds are enclosed and the landmarks are portray. These sort things are missing and replaced with 2D floor plans and computer rendered elevations. There is an absolute loss of working with 3D spaces and the feel of materiality and in conjunction of using urban design jargons to communicate idea in spurring discourse totally annihilated. The attempt is commendable but the execution lacked maturity.
Salvaging an abandoned hospital for the imprisonment of unwanted population is a fundamental fault. It is form over function. The actor has bury herself with such a traumatic issue with gross perception on stigma. Imprison the deceased population away from the mass population liken to the movie Resident Evil. For the such, I refrain to comment further.