I structured my investigations and projects around a series of questions, which may lead to a possible theme of fragmentation and scale.
OBJECT, WINDOW, HOUSE, &
1) How can the insertion of an object change a situation, and how, in turn, can a situation (a context, a scale...) change an object?
2) How do you perceive a place? How do you represent the experience of that place, through the window as a trigger?
3) Can "embryological qualities" be conveyed without embryological forms?
4) How can "hallucinations" be experienced within the city, within a particular time frame?
The following images are glimpses of each project which respectively try to tackle the above questions.
Overall, Could architecture be considered as an accumulation of fragments?
Is it by focusing on a fragment that one is in order to create a «whole»?
Or is it by focusing on the «whole» that one is able to create a fragment of architecture?
If you were a building.... what building would you be?
If you were a room... what room would you be?
what's your sensation?
HOW DO YOU PERCEIVE A PLACE? HOW DO YOU REPRESENT THE EXPERIENCE OF THAT PLACE, THROUGH A WINDOW AS THE TRIGGER?
REPRESENTATION THROUGH PLAN OF THE SPACIAL EXPERIENCE.
It’s a concept which requires a very flexible person, a person which is some sort of «nomad» within his own house, wanting a fixed form of rooms, but flexible and movable way of living, with various spacial configurations, i.e: linear, central, peripheral... and each with their various implications, such from a more open to closed spaces.
Timeframe: 18:00-20:00 pm
Question: How can "hallucinations" be experienced within the city?
Starting with the context of the street, to then enter the pub as a sort of sensorial memory.
The spinning centrifugal movement is the only constant which unifies the various fragmented perceptions of the qualities of the space.
City of Bachelors Workshop
Jacopo A. Colarossi