field 4 _ external works

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drawing, making, visualising

a-project is further developing the application of variable grid constructions as a literal “field” construction – where the multiple reconstructions of grid and the digitally controlled contingent descriptions of spatial arrangement are applied to a series of “rooms” of external distribution and planting arrangement.

The external “room” assemblies develop as flexible fields of elemental distribution that respond to localised manipulations and contingent implications of “grid”, in the context of an holistic grid framework of built construction. The potential external constructions and typologies of elemental distribution reflect varying degrees of formal complexity.

a-project is developing these “external” studies of surface and landscape as an ongoing framework that suggests multiple possibilities for elemental distribution and occupation in relation to built constructions. In this instance forming an evolving logic of a series of planting compartments and surface treatments. These constructions investigate the holistic potential of diverse constructions of distribution logics and field “operations”.

The following images present an initial product of this research:








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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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