100 Day Studio: Truwant + Rodet + – Proposals for Uncertain Conditions

Day 90 of the 100 Day Studio: The seemingly arbitrary traces of nature growing in-between two buildings, the transient density of a fog, the unstable logic of the course of the Mississippi river, the controlled humidity in a botanical greenhouse, the apparent randomness of a set of chairs on a summer terrace. Can architecture focus on what is ephemeral and generate similar conditions? Can a design approach that accepts uncertainty, vagueness and lack of control be developed? Can it be, like nature, conducive to evolution and transformation over time? Charlotte Truwant and Dries Rodet investigate architecture that has no clear boundaries, and present what could be put in place to stimulate unexpected phenomena and relationships.

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