Craig Scott is co-founder of IwamotoScott Architecture, committed to pursuing architecture as a form of applied design research, via a design process that proceeds from the belief that each project can achieve a unique design synthesis. The practice engages in projects across a wide range of scope and scale, including theoretical design proposals, museum installations and exhibitions, full-scale fabrications, competitions and commissioned building projects. Conceptual themes of the work focus on intensifying the experiential and performance based qualities of architecture. This design approach is informed by ideas of formal, spatial and material adaptation with respect to conditions of program, site and environment, and is pursued through in-depth exploration of the fluid and transformative potentials of new technologies.
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