Doublenegatives Architecture: Dust Eyes, Dust Achitecture

Double Negatives Architecture (dNA) views the processes and devices used to measure space as architecture. dNA assembled a team for each project and engaged in a unique spectrum of activities including software and architectural design. Spanning both technical and conceptual aspects, dNA has consistently questioned the very concept of the language of architecture. It commenced their research on spatial inscriptions using dynamic polar coordinates which they call Super Eye. Currently dNA is employing a bottom-up style cell automaton program to study architectural modelling through the automated generation of forms, architectural visions on progressive spatial concept and progressive architectural language.

Text in English and Japanese.

Tokyo, 2011, 21 x 15 cm, illustrated, 160pp. Paperback.


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