A.ジュド6 formalises ideas of meeting and collaborative production through the layering of gridded surfaces to produce moiré effects. Both creative conversation and the moiré are emergent conditions dependent on dynamic material and interpersonal relationships. The geometries of the space are developed by analysing movement, rhythm and gesture, a process inspired by ‘kata’, a Japanese term for detailed choreographic sequences. The reticulated textile suspended within the structure advocates ideas of openness and collaboration, also permitting sight-lines into the space.
I have been invited to judge the Melbourne/Victoria regional finals for the national architecture student competition SuperStudio. Students across Australia will be issued a brief on Friday night and have 24 hours to develop a idea-led design response. More details on the SONA website.