The growth of cities in the future leads to the fact that we have less free time. In the rush, we forget the usual things, even free ones. After all, no one will take away from us the most banal-the sky, the daylight. Every day a person goes through the usual routine for him -
1) Wake up (see or not - sunrise);
2)get ready and run to work (not paying attention to the sky);
3)work and at this time we are chained to the computer, not noticing how it starts to get dark;
4) we go from work with thoughts of "how to quickly come home, eat and relax" and run to public transport without paying attention to the sky, as it was already dark. Well, your day is over.
You had the opportunity to see the sky, the light, but you referred to the fact that it can be done later...so it goes on from day to day. And it could have been different, for example, you woke up and saw the sun's rays. When you go to a public transport stop, pay attention to the sky for just a couple of seconds and you will notice that it is always different, never repeated, like all our days, it is always different (rich or dim). As for work, you can come to see sky - at least for a minute during the day or after work.
In order to get deep into this whole topic, I offer you the project "Sky for everyone". This project clearly shows that not only during the day, but also in the evening, you can see the light. During the day, the capsules accumulate steam from the sun's rays under the memraine, and in the evening, the valves open slightly - condensation occurs and the steam gives off a glow at night. Everyone can stop their "stormy" day for at least a minute, focus, and look at the calm sky. And run with new strength.
This small architectural form will be useful for both visually impaired and all children for self-development.
Supervisor: Tatiana Panchenko