How do we build a novel society with only air and timber? A mathematical condition that replaces formal geometries establishes an inhabitable transition of in-between scales (oscillating among ‘individual’, ‘domestic’, ‘collective’ and ‘urban’ scales). The novel relationship formed between people inevitably requires high degree of self-entrepreneurship and innovations.
Reinventing structure defines the infrastructural inversion of this new society, whereas dissolved boundaries curates social interaction and negotiation that forms the operational characters by materializing the invisible: air and thermal behavior.
‘Air In-between’ – The Latent Politics in Post-Scarcity Economy
AA School of Architecture 2015 Diploma