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The Internet Museum

Design competition exploring phygi


Embracing the brief of a London Internet Museum the project utilises the iternet and it’s collective qualities to generate the architecture. Thus with this in mind, the project develops in the form of using the internet as the platform to generate form. An application gives the user the capability to construct objects, choose recycled materials, to upload and have their work rated. The highest rated objects would be composed into a collection of emergent forms. These emergent forms would in turn be arranged on the site. The architect here is still acting as a facilitator as formal massing arrangments stem from a process where users online decide the arrangement, the process of arrangement becomes uncomprehensibly large in quantity and quality of individual options.

Produced in collaboration with Shaun McCallum.

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