Groundcode 11 - Seven Spatial Flowers
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Seven Spatial Flowers: Architecture and landscape are understood to be constructed environments formed by human action. This project reworks the already constructed landscape to demonstrate that when we consider the relationship between nature and architecture we cost ourselves adrift within the space of our existence. The seven spatial flowers bring to light the axiom 'my surface is myself': they are formed out of the given circular ground to create a spatial scenario between environment and artifice; an architecture beyond building that is gently revolutionary, recognising the importance of 'doing almost nothing.’
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