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Investigating the flatness of two-dimensional representation, this thesis develops a formal and conceptual methodology for the production of arch… Read More
Investigating the flatness of two-dimensional representation, this thesis develops a formal and conceptual methodology for the production of architecture. Understanding user experience as a collection of fragmented views, the developed methodology begins by capturing partial views from the urban environment. The act of recomposing and translating these “found compositions” into painting opens up the possibility to discover unforeseen relationships that prompt alternate ways for making architecture. Through a series of formal operations and manipulations, employing flatness yields geometric composition, logics, and information sets to become spatial manifestations. A serires of 9 investigations which each included a painting, model, and corresponding set of documents developed as a methodolgy for the creation of archiecture. Read Less
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