a-project is continuing to develop logics of interior surfacing and the articulation of associated depth within a panelised grid construction. These constructions are formed of surfaces and planes within multiple iterations of a single 3-dimensional “room” construction. The spaces are constructed as an involving manipulation of grid with an associated interrelationship of component typologies occupying the respective planar elements. Developing a rigour and flexibility of spatial operations that respond to localised manipulations and contingent implications of “grid”, and the potential of “component” typologies within this grid.
a-project is developing these “room” studies as an ongoing framework that suggests multiple possibilities for spatial definition and occupation. In this instance continuing to form an evolving logic of a single “room”, and investigating the spatial potential of diverse reconstructions of the 3d grid envelope and the associated component iterations / serial deviations affecting floor, wall, ceiling and opening.
The following images present an initial product of this research: