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AJ Rosales AIA LEED AP NCARB
Architecture Planning Design

AJ Rosales

AIA
LEED AP
NCARB


Architecture
Planning
Design

Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)
Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts)

Fuzzy Domain Thesis (Final Concepts) (2016)

SCI-Arc: Thesis

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.