Challenges the idea of “thickness” in architecture where skin acts as strictly surface topology. It attempts to create an integrated architecture of highly ornate surface which breaks away from a pattern logic and begins to form both space and structure. The protoarchitectural system is comprised of three layers all based on a triangular volumetric module. Three layers, each at larger scalar units (x,2x,&4x) are superimposed to create a dynamic patterned reading. The first layer (x) acts as a sunscreen the second (2x) is the system’s enclosure, and the third layer (4x) acts as a structural system. Connection bars vary, allowing the layers to delaminate at various moments to provide for interstitial spaces.
PILSUN.HAM / SEUNG-HYUN.KIM / MATTHEW.NOE
Instructor: ELENA MANFERDINI