A wall is a mechanism of spatial differentiation consisting of minimum one dense layer by filtering information that ensures a particular spatial condition.
The definition of our wall questions how this act of filtering behaves in relation to the varied density of its organizational geometric patterns.

Composed of several units with shifting levels of openness and continuity, it acts simultaneously as barrier and connection, and its different curvature ribbons dissolve total differentiation between inside and outside, bringing a kaleidoscopic effect that expands the depth of the wall.

If the added premises could constitute spatial elements in a wall, how then could its description be translated to enable a complexity of spaces in urban scale?


Professor : Prof. Dr. Johan Bettum

Tutors : Anton Savov (Aware), Ata Mansuroglu (arch+lab), Christian Karl (arch+lab)

Group Work :
Fumuhiko Tomita, Henrik Von Irminger, Ilia Moiseev, Matthias Behrmann, Margarida Amial, Yelta Köm

photo credits: Matthias Behrmann

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