music school

mit architecture design studio i
prof liam o'brien
spring 2014

An abstract porous mat-sytem with multiple variables was created. The system is scaleless and without "program" of any kind. The purpose of this exercise was to become familiar with various spectra of properties of an invented material organization.

The wide variety of spaces needed for the music high school and complex urban fabric demands an equally complex strategy to fluidly resolve design programs. Adapting and aggregating forms from these studies create fluid yet distinctive spaces. The variety of form typology flexibly accommodates a diverse program.