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21 / 04 / 2021


   This project develops an exploration of the n^th potential of spatial permutations, meaning that all things are possible. It emphasises the processes of the production of serial things. an exploration of folding, both perceptually as well as conceptually through models of the real and virtual is developed. Methodologies of testing the potential usefulness of particular selected spatial formats will be researched and developed.

   Within this project, we will look at three key themes;




   Repetition and difference are termed the basis for all experimental formulae. the universe consisting of fluxes and flaws that continually flow and fold within itself. Generality is defined by something that occurs in repetition as a result/response to environmental forces such as light and gravity. It's normality that we understand difference to be a variable of similarity. However Deleuze argued the fact that it is not similarities but differences that affirms event identity. "Every fold originates from, plisa explica, and the world originates as many-fold."

   Heidegger argued that as a collection we and the universe are intimately linked and affect each other. This link was labelled as "Dasein" or "Being-in-the-world". We separate items to comprehend them, forming differences and establishing edges in order to recognise and classify. The intent of perception, "By disengaging two things from the undisturbed state of nature, in order to designate them 'separate' we have already related them to our awareness." edges are now no longer absolute they are rather interpretive in that we separate in order to classify.


  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between people and buildings, and between buildings and their environment and the need to relate buildings and the spaces between them to human needs and scale.

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the alternative materials, processes and techniques that apply to architectural design and building construction.

  • Demonstrate the ability to apply a range of communication methods and media to present design proposals clearly and effectively.

  • Demonstrate the ability to evaluate evidence, arguments and assumptions in order to make and present sound judgements within a structured discourse relating to architectural culture, theory and design.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the context of the architect and the construction industry and the professional qualities needed for decision making in complex and unpredictable environments.

  • Present work to a professional standard to a range of audiences.

  • Manage time and action plan objectives and goals in an organised and timely manner.

  • Utilise and develop communication skills via verbal, visual and written communication.

   The images shown above are a collection of what was submitted during that particular semester in university. I'm currently in the process of re-developing this project and bringing up the quality similar to what can be seen in the project "Past Tense, Future Perfect."

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