Mapping Topology in Architectural Spaces



The work is an abstract form that researches the simple action of intersection in planes. The piece suggests hybridization of euclidian spaces through superimposition/ juxtapositions create in between spaces that create flexibility. Superimposition encourages interactions and extensions of spaces. This Topology can begin to re-consider questions of figure/ground contextualism. It no longer creates a separation of figure/ground but a separation where a continuous and reversible dialogue can occur. Through intersections, it is possible to create a dynamism that suggest variable spaces through parallax and create simultaneous interactions within it. A topological space with emerging possible interactions suggests multiple fluid edges. "Intersections" establishes non-hierarchical relationships that can change the hierarchy of action superimposition of linear space and time.