Exploration of density and textures using the f r a g m e n t a t i o n then bursting of a closed space, creating a possibility of having new spaces between each threshold, each one getting bigger and bigger.
The fragmentation is produced by the verticals of the proto-strucutre, and the bursting by the exponential spacing between those.The protostructure, besides its structural role, is literraly a "space cutting" machine.
The increasing depth generated by these actions (which we could easily imagine becoming infinite if we enlarged the protostructure even more), reinforced by the non-linear geometry and the texture of the plaster, creates a new fiel of exploration for the user to experience, showing him a space that once was easy to define, now seams open to imagination and endless.
Plaster model incerted into the proto-structure (1:20 scale)
The depth of the closed space is extended by the space generated by the facing project (1:20 scale)
The proto-structure fragments the volume as it fragments the field of view (1:20 scale)
Important density becoming lighter due to the exponential dilatation (1:20 scale)
Monge projection (longitudinal cut and plan) showing the fragmentation/dilatation (1:20 scale)
Monge projection (plan and longitudinal cut) showing a form research based on the proto-structure
dialoguing with a less recent approach of the project (1:66 scale)
axonometric projection of the protostructure's conception
Visual interpretation of an exponantial fragmentation on a human body