trans [port]

degree project | spring 2016
CRITICs c. dwyre r. sarrach

 

The existence of an edge is typically defined by the relation between its adjacencies. Distinct characteristics exist among these in order to identify a sharp contrast and ultimately place a line on a map.  Edges function as systems, with two edges creating a boundary zone which regulates the flows between three distinct ecologies. It's in this middle zone that untapped potential from overlapping spatial conditions exists. How can architecture adapt to spatial and temporal flows that operate on the edge and begin to transform the adjacencies which created it?

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