Structures that people create contain unnoticed layers of space and life. “Resurrectionem terra” is a way of observing landscapes and cities through screens - reflective surfaces which multiply depth and define new conditions in space and time.
New structures of urbanity are imposed into dead landscapes as a form of resurrection or new life. Through the sequence of urbanity, two specified views are overlapped in the dynamic process over time. Screen with reflections of landscape is a layer of life of the new urbanity. A city of light and landscape is born.
Discovering space, condition and meaning beyond physical and obvious is a technique used in this process. Architecture is therefore generated around conditions and meanings that are not always visible but they are still logical and grounded in real life, challenging human scale and changing human experience and perception of the universe.
This is a selection of pages from my final Year 3 design portfolio.
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