Fish Market

Adrian Aranda, B.Arch '25


ARCH 102B: Architectural Design I

Gallery: Skills with misconceits, misnomers, and minutiae

Instructor: Scott Uriu

The Fish Market is integrated over a pair of canals and is used for a variety of purposes. There are two shops for visitors to buy fish and other available items with plazas and seating arrangements scattered across the site. These plazas and seats provide areas to socialize and to rest for both sellers and buyers. The site also has several docking areas for the fishers of the site, with the main one being integrated underground. A storage area is also available for the fishers and sellers in order to store their inventory. Overall the site takes the idea of commerce and puts it on display for visitors to view the process of fishing, selling, and buying.


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