Spring 2017
Studio Project
Barnard + Columbia Department of Architecture
Critic: Brad Samuels, SITU

VOID NETWORK considers spatial relationships derived from four selected keywords: structure, screen, search, listen.

Developed through material experimentation and iterative model making, Void Network presents three primary types of spatial relationships: winding pathways and contours, partial enclosures and overhangs, and deep cavernous voids.

Central to the project is the idea of circulating through an alien landscape and being surprised by new spaces, routes, and views along the way. Void Network is less of a building, and more of an archaeological core sample, a small piece of a world where these patterns are infinitely repeated and modulated.