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Connecting and Mapping the built environment

Green designs have the capacity to increase the livability of the human race by introducing designs which are responsible and friendly to the mother nature.

Mapping human and urban 2

Don’t be shellfish…Man and the natural environment              “In ecosystems, species’ cooperation and competition are interlinked and held in balance so that the system permits independent activity on the part of each individual of a species, yet cooperatively meshes the activity patterns of all species.”           […]

Mapping futures – human and the built environment

Don’t be shellfish…Mapping the material The architectural image transfers the information embedded environments by the moving body to ‘respond and support human use and activities through through the provision of specialized information'(Addington and Shcodek 2005:8) into becoming the ‘smart materials‘ (Addington and Shcodek2005:205). The interaction generated through the environment  is determined by the interconnectivity defined […]

Opportunities for architects and urban designers – Conclusion

Don’t be shellfish…Conclusion The opportunities which engages the architect into modelling the architectural image with new mapping technologies would move the human interaction to sensorial bounds, where the architect and the urban designer is in the position to make sensitive architectural changes to places . The changes would offer to the user the capacity to […]

Geometric paradigm

Don’t be shellfish… RESEARCH: It is interesting going back to maths formulas and discovering that placing them into a graphic visualising processor could generate spatial posibilities. I am aiming to virtually connect the whole space of my Genotype into artificial self sustain system(alive). These basic interior renders would be the starting point of my proposed interior development, forms evolving […]

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