Micro-Parti And Organic Growth

Very rarely in contemporary architecture is design conceived of as a geometrically rigorous process of spontaneous growth and change, of constantly scaling rules and logic within a variable context. This thesis studio sets out to understand architecture as being just as much about the crafting the geometric relationships between forms as the physicality of form itself.

The micro-parti refers to an infinitely scalable seed – an idea which contains an architectural rig that allows for a versatile adaptability to varying conditions and contexts at a micro-scale which eventually leads to a larger whole.