Despite the “transpose” word literally means only “transfer”, it means also “location changings of the elements in space” in mathematics of matrix equations. This definition brings the matrix equations from 2D plane to 3D equations. Therefore, it means “changing the methods of relationships with each other in 3D sections” when we focus on transpose word in mathematical terms. Location changin in 3D space turns to find its way in 3rd dimension as a mathematical element.
Therefore the transpose term that comes from 2D world to 3D world can defined as “changing the ground of the urban element’s communication ways with each other” on the city scale.
Searching for new manufacturing and design methods to create a new city mechanics could be possible through defining the conditions, urban behaviours and users; protecting their heritage and cultural identities by changing the location based on the concept of transpose. As a result of all these conceptual discussions, the Transpose theme may be possible by searching the ways to communicate with each other of all the elements of the cities, even the dilemmas.
Therefore it has to be define again and again of all the tangible/abstract elements of the cities individually and re-establish their relationships by using these new definitions.
Especially the contrasting situations during the definiton phase has an important role to find the limits of the cities and new way of communication. Moving on the border is the right way to see the two side and understand the contrasts.
To re-define and re-create all the microscopic relationship [such as a DNA chain and its relationships] and composition in the future scene that’s coming from today’s pose; the current system [such as cities] equations should be explode in a new ground by moving from 2D plane to 3D space.
Project name: “aναρχος [anarchos] : a prototype of anarchitecture”
Student name: Atıl Aggündüz
School: Istanbul Technical University (ITU)
Adviser: Prof. Dr. Ayşe Şentürer
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