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The Genesis of Form: Creating Self-Consistent Architectures

Traditionally, it was believed that form was “assigned” by the higher powers, and so the world and everything in it were created in God’s eye. But the philosopher Deleuze argued otherwise. “The resources involved in the genesis of form are not transcendental but immanent to the material itself.” A soap bubble is round and a [...]

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T3 – Rhizome

Going against the arborescent structure, where the society follows a linear and hierarchical system, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari proposed a new system based on multiplicity and connections, defined as Rhizome.     Women Are Heroes, JR (2008) – Favela Morro da Providência, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil.

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Digital Logics | T3

  Blur Bluilding by Diller, Scofidio and Renfro for Swiss Expo 2002 This pavillion is an analogy to a cloud, with its uncertain and unpredictable boundaries. Solely made of its light tensegrity structure hidden by the fine water particles that floats in the air to create a fog mass through thousands of nozzles that project [...]

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Digital Logics _ T2

Case Study Rolex Learning Center, Lausanne | SANAA Text Deleuze and the Genesis of Form | Manuel de Landa

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Material Behavior in Deleuze and SAANA

Photo: HygroSkin-Meteorosensitive Pavilion, by Achim Menges (2012) http://www10.aeccafe.com/blogs/arch-showcase/2013/09/17/hygroskin-meteorosensitive-pavilion-in-orleans-france-by-achim-menges-architect/

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