room 1 _ part assembly

a-project is developing the grid constructions of surface and plane into 3-dimensional grid constructions for a varied and flexible spatial definition of enclosure. The spaces are constructed as an involving manipulation of grid with an associated framework 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 forming 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.

The following images present an initial product of this research:

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boundary 1 _ seams and limits

a-project is developing the operations of grid structures in relationship to external boundaries and internal “seams”. This develops a flexible and malleable mesh network that can both be responsive and controlled with specific contingent sensitivities and algorithmic serial distortions. These “networks” are moderated by external boundaries or internal interstitial seams and will be tested within projects at a variety of scales that are responsive to local contingent variables.

a-project is developing the possibilities of these “networks” that are then subject to the disturbances and interruptions of context and the problematic situation of specific programmes and uses. The networks continue to be shown in an abstracted and isolated condition, but with the capacity to be applicable at scales from field conditions through to individual building elements, structures and components.

The following images present an initial product of this research:

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