- Australian Architecture Association
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- "Remodelling Architecture: Architectural Places - Digital Spaces"
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This project was a synthetic analysis of a previous research endeavour, the Moire House. In the Moire House, I created a hypothetical design for a house that included design elements that tested a visual method of indeterminacy by deploying physical arehitectural elements that created unique "images" for the viewer. This line of research was developed extensively for the "Moire Studies", a project included a triptych of two-dimensional prints that were the result of the analysis of the three-dimensional Moire House. The architectural and spatial features of the house were then redesigned to express the essential characteristics of the research. These characteristics (indeterminacy, image, repetition) were heightened by the new work and the prints exhibited a distillation of these core components into pure information.
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