Digital Media: Models

Tosin And Theodore

OBJECTS > ARCHITECTURE

This exercise leans into the scaleless nature of the scanning process. An interesting thing about the notion of ‘scalelessness’ is that it gives us freedom. Ideas can migrate from scale to scale. The method we used was taking the collection of scans and breaking each down into fragments which were then tiled to create a spatial landscape. Typically, the architectural potential of an object is determined by its ability to function and be inhabited. However, we focused on formal elements that would allow the items to be read spatially when super-scaled in choosing our matter. The urbanscape of ruins created by super-scaling and compiling these objects encourages engagement and discovery and then a degree of self-interpretation. The slightly unsettling creation remains true to the strange hyperrealism that is imbued in the photogrammetry process. The endeavor was to create something that reads as though one could spend many hours wandering through these objects.

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