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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 by © Alexe Soleil and Sven Jansse / Image & Space