Accidental Landscapes

In order to formulate ‘accidental landscapes’, the model pieces are placed atop, alongside or across each other based on the domino hands. For each configuration, one or more model pieces are proposed as starting points. The pieces follow a specific sequence. The number of finishing points should be equal to or higher than the number of starting points. The number of elements in between a starting point and its finishing point(s) is indeterminate.

The exercise is repeated 18 times in model form in order to translate each domino hand into a ‘reality’.  Each ‘accidental landscape’ is critically observed. The new relationships in between ‘artificial’ and ‘natural’ pieces form the basis for architectural interventions.


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