07_fort           Spring2017 Studio            Instructor: Yehuda Safran
The power of fiction lies in the intermingling of imagination and reality. Gilles Deleuze argues that difference is what constitutes all identities. When Frankenstein created his monster, for instance, the sense of alienation originated from how closely the monster resembled a human being rather than from how different he was.  The project explores the material image as a generative process in the production of architectural abstraction. I used drawings and material models as media and discussed adjacency, convergence, and discreteness between the two media. This project seeks to position an architect as a paradoxical character:
1. Architect as a storyteller of the site.
2. Architect as a conspirator with the site.