Digital protocols have an unparallel evolution in relationship to its physical equivalent inside the design realm. Data visualization structures concluded the need for comprehending human settling and behavioral processes in the realm of urban metamorphosis.
Project: 50x50x100 offers not only new tools for visual communication and representation, but also new methodologies for design and abstraction. A discussion of the way in which emerging technologies...
The aim is to dream impossible scenes subject to time framing. Projects question time/space in its early stage of conception. Designing with this ovular mentality is to establish links between design, body and mind. Furthermore, analytical dismantling of a design requires motion picture constructions.
Architecture is represented in its very essence; fresh as flesh, supple and malleable. As a result, image is a “search space”, a medium in which possibility and potentiality are explored.
We share a common taste for research into innovation, experimentation in the field of non-conventional media at the service of representing architectural and artistic design even as we creatively evolve pre-existing representations.
Since 2010 plb is academically active in several schools and institutions in New York as an extension to the office’s study projects through courses and research on architecture typology, urbanism, interior architecture, and criticism.
ARCH 340 Spring15 Sample: Project 50 x 50 x 100
Simulations of evolution are classified as search algorithms in computer science; they have become the latest find-forming device.
PLB presents its architectural explorations as a continuous process throughout the office time line in order to understand the variations in our thoughts and therefore assimilate the influences introduced by the various professionals we have been committed to during the office existence. We have become increasingly concerned with the bias towards aesthetics in building design, and the suppression of an urban discourse in the way buildings are conceived, taught and critiqued.
The office portfolio includes a wide array of projects, ranging from very small low-budget private houses, preservation projects, and new typologies for collective social housing to super-multifunctional cultural buildings or hybrid complexes.