F R A G M E N T S
Initiated as a response to the improvident usage of imagery by the current architectural practice as advertisements for a hollow and exchangeable built environment,
F R A G M E N T S focusses on the unexpected and the uninteded relations between a building and it's users, occupants, it's (de-/re-)construction and it's evolution over time ('scenes'), that often play a more significant role in how we perceive and remember architecture, furthermore in how we re-compose a new image, blending fragments of memories and imagination.
By constructing a fantastical building that celebrates the limitless possibilities of architecture, with the use of a ficitonal narrative and by the lack of overview that stimulates the spectators to curate their own spatial experience, this project is an ode to our imagination.
Project in collaboration with Sven Jansse.