Harvard Architecture graduate, Conway Pedron, solved a given present condition of ordering nodes. The nodes would modestly be attached using a single fabricated ribbon of wood. This ribbon of surface would offer isolation between particular points of the structure.

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These fabricated joints would be located only between the ceiling and floor right at the spaces where the nodes are. The sectional exploitation of the ribbon and the equivalent signifiers in the space of the lobby and the structure of the existing lobby and the rigidity of the ceiling and floor circumstances creates a more roundabout and vibrating distribution system.

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The system if parametrically derived. It fabricates lateral embers, which match up to the concentration of the stresses functional to the initial ribbon at the moments of forceful curvature. Basically the lateral members would be designed in a logical way, similar to the expansion of genes in Conrad Waddington’s Epigeneti Landscape model.

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This method creates a unsurprising result at the same time has an aesthetically satisfying sense of unpredictability.

By Andreas Papazafeiropoulos

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