Sunday, February 2, 2014

Natural Spaces: Artificial vs. Nature

Beginning the project of 'Artificially Nature' through exploration in the intricate and visceral spatial qualities of natural spaces had become a definite beneficial mind alteration we needed. With the chosen site at Muang Boran, Samutprakarn, we uncovered the complexity, biodiversity and enclosure of the space through our interests in the concept of the intertwining intervention between the wilderness side of nature and the formally structured side of man-made objects and translated them through photographs, plans, isometric drawings, plant taxonomies and physical model. 

Isometric Drawing and Plans on Complexity and Enclosure of Levels


Plant Taxonomy on Biodiversity

Interrelationship of the Site through Conditions of:
Sun, Soil and Nutrition, Water and Dependency

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