dynamic experience but a interactive one as well. Tschumi’s works on creating in between spaces that instigate events are also an inspiration. In my thesis project I want to create and instigate these interactions in places that would not typically exist. Through site and programmatic research I will implement spaces, which by my determination, will spark new interactions and social spaces between users not typically brought together. Circulation spaces will bring together all types of people in all different fields and link the different instigation sites. Corbusier and Tschumi’s ideas of space and movement will be fused with current and future methods to conduct site research, and to determine how form can be generated and be the generator of these spaces and events. They will take into account programmatic relationships, spatial relationships, structure, mechanical, and other essential architectural ingredients.
Every element of our nature, as simple as it seems, contains a defined architecture, a complex system that structures and gives it meaning. This sense, this architectural logic, shows us a whole spiral of multiple sub-systems co-dependent from each another. The complex system called natural environment offers us infinite guidelines on design within its grandiose morphology and its ingenious proceedings. Learning from these, its simplicity and complexity, as an example of perfection and elegance, opens the doors to infinite possibilities within the architectural field. These variables are the ones that push us to explore within all the potential contained in itself.
RSVPaint Thesis proposal architecture - RSVPaint
This experiment brought out the idea of two separate entities coming together to form a new product. It too ties into folded architecture and event space. Putting it into the architecture realm, it could be used or seen when placing several programs together, intertwined, or overlapped and seeing what new event, space, or interaction can occur from such a combination. The indeterminancy of the outcome can be seen here in these simple moire patterns. Two pieces of mesh with a structured grid, but when brought together in a random way, produce a pattern that could not finitely be calculated before.