Conceived as a response to the broader theme of the studio to explore the notion of time in both natural and man-made physical world, this project began by contemplating the perception and memories of places we grew up; where memories were made.
The design was expanded and developed to explore this inter-relationship between a person and a place on its own narrative. It responds to how these perceptive memories can physically adapt into the natural environment of the landscape.
Guided by the episodic memory where the user explores, a series of experiential volumes bleeds the land at low tide and hovers uneasily above the crashing waves of the high tide.
rayal anand yelamarthi
Mount Taranaki and the surrounding Egmont National Park forms a nearly perfect circle in New Zealand
LIGHT SCORE (LIGHT STUDIES FOR THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY IN CASSINO, ITALY), 1990s
> here’s the key
My life in thesis.
all the time.
The War Rooms, St. James’s Park by Ned Scott