Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts) (2016)
Advisor: Andrew Zago
The goal of this thesis was a disruption of the coherency of space through a juxtaposition of two geometric ideals - accomplished by conflating two heterological systems - a mixture of Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometric techniques. The first system is a domain of solids, and the second system is a domain of imprecise vectoral paths. These ideas are coupled with a contemporary understanding of space to capitalize on the philosophy that we actually live in a world with constant curvature – and, additionally, that the natural expression of architecture within curved space would somehow be an expression of it - a disruption of surface, structure, and volume.