MFA ’24 DMI
In an era marked by rapid technological advancements and the imperative for sustainability, architecture has emerged as a dynamic and responsive field. This evolution epitomized by the seamless convergence of the digital, physical, and biological domains within architectural design. Instead of being fixed, immovable objects, architecture has evolved beyond expressions of science and technology. Instead, it has evolved to become a vivid reflection of daily life, emphasizing emotional resonance, atmospheric qualities, and the every-changing dimension of time. This piece is inspired by Guy Nordenson’s idea of designing a building like a body, it would have a system of bones and muscles and tendons and a brain that knows how to respond.