grid 5 _ slippage

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drawing, making, visualising

a-project is developing the principles of slippage and morphology of grid structures within a digitally scripted framework. This movement within the grid is to be developed within projects at a variety of scales responsive to specific contexts that influence the rhythm and occupancy of the grid.

a-project is combining the slippage of the grid with the logics of surfacing and covering of a grid field. The surface occupancy within a wider variety of grid constructions now further developing the potential applications. These surface constructions develop the digital sophistication and varied / multiple narratives and logics of formation with interrelated components, profiles and grid constructions.

This development of the approach extends the framework construction of the grid and further develops the 3d operations of components within the grid structure.

The following images present an initial product of this research – manipulations of varied grids, components and surface accumulations:

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a-project is an architectural design practice that provides a flexible architectural service that is responsive to the complexities of contemporary life and the varied situations of the built environment and client needs. It focusses on an open approach to design problems – responding to the multiple factors that shape the process of designing – from the social, economic and physical environmental challenges to historic, material and personal narratives.

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