The Folly & the inherent qualities of beauty: understanding the eminence of performative surfaces and the economy of form. Instructors: Matias del Campo & Sandra Manninger (SPAN)
It would be interesting to understand your argument in terms of stratification in this model. In your presentation last week you had allready a couple of points which represent a couple of powerful weapons in terms of formulation of an architectonic argument:"The prniciple of stratification may be used as a formative method that allows elements of different origins to be combined into a non-hierarchical whole" as well as "sediment=product of forces"Sedimentation as such is allready a great tool to work with, and that gives a lot of possibilities considering the realm of our course. Try to combine observed effects with the idea of sedimentation. What does that mean in terms of architectural space? How does this apply to your model, and especially what effects does it create in terms of beauty and esthetics?