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Malleable Matter

This project unravels the effects of the variations in atmospheric conditions on the building envelope as a ‘creative potential’ for architectural intervention through a series of prototypes. The potential of textile-based materials as a hybrid art and architectural medium opens to debate the emerging concepts of ‘responsive architecture’ that leads to lessening the negative impact of buildings on the local climate.

Assistants: Chris Aimone, Agata Jaworski, Ala Roushan.

Funded by Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Research/Creation Grant image 1image 2image 3image 4image 5image 6image 7image 8image 9image 10
VIDEO 1 (Prototypes, 16 min) • VIDEO 2 (Interview, 10 min)


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