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01|Design Brief

The modular Corporeal Geometrix proposal is inspired by the transformative, geometric, and simple form of human interaction and spatial configuration. Playing on the theme of interactive sensuality, that redefine the terms of its relationship to man and the environment from the evocation of interaction, where each family of tetrahedrons made to be variable at scales and have a passive and active reflective nature. The slight changes in the parameters of these different pieces allows for variation, without losing the relationship between them. The craved out space(s) become porous enclaves for interaction, redefining space within the exhibition at the Harvard ARTS FIRST.

Harvard Graduate School of Design | REALTIME CITIES 2014 | Corporeal Geometrix (CGX)| WENDY W FOK


01|Design Brief

The modular Corporeal Geometrix proposal is inspired by the transformative, geometric, and simple form of human interaction and spatial configuration. Playing on the theme of interactive sensuality, that redefine the terms of its relationship to man and the environment from the evocation of interaction, where each family of tetrahedrons made to be variable at scales and have a passive and active reflective nature. The slight changes in the parameters of these different pieces allows for variation, without losing the relationship between them. The craved out space(s) become porous enclaves for interaction, redefining space within the exhibition at the Harvard ARTS FIRST.

Image Credit: Wendy W Fok – Corporeal Geometrix (CGX) 2014

Harvard Graduate School of Design | REALTIME CITIES 2014 | Corporeal Geometrix (CGX)| WENDY W FOK


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