COMPETITION "A ROOM FOR LONDON" (Selected 6/527)
1. We create a system made up of the inhabitants, the observers, the place and the material. It is a self-organizing, non-lineal system.
2. We place our system in a state "far from balance". The interaction between the movement of the inhabitants and the observers generates bifurcations.
The room is a fractal of the city.
Instability, uncertainty, and variation: all reflected in the variability of the construction. Glass walls and ceilings with the superposition of textile walls blur the building. It is a non-form.
The room changes throughout the day, it mingles with the city. At night, images of traffic are projected onto the fabric walls, transforming them into information screens.