Part I: Artic Mass-Painting by Emergent

I have been following Tom Winscombe and his agency Emergent for a long while. Today's posts are dedicated to Emergent with, firstly, Artic Mass-Painting, followed by Busan Opera House proposal.
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

The Artic Mass-Painting investigates how to create a phenomenological building acting as a visual oscillation. Color and transparency are one of core elements to this proposal.
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

Tom Winscombe explores the combination of "CAD's personal, subjective, intellectual and cognitive processes" in its architectural projects. Here, cognitive properties are intertwined with environmental data and other proprieties to lead to a colorful pattern language.
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

The aim of this proposal, Tom Winscombe says, is to force the brain to hedge and guess in its "modeling" of physical reality. Hence this articulation of colorful and transparent patterning, architecture and affect.
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

Yet, the pattern is not to be considered as a simple visual phenomenon: Emergent intersected a map of structural stresses with a painterly sensibility.
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

Artic Mass-Painting demonstrates the idea that "assuming separation between the realms of building infrastructure and affect may be similarly unproductive."
Artic Mass-Painting © Emergent

Fluid, sculptural, innovative characterize this Artic-Mass Painting. It is of course difficult to define this shape since, such as species, it is in perpetual mutation absorbing all data from perception to environment.

Source: eVolo
See also: Tom Winscombe, "Extreme Integration", in Architectural Design, March/April 2010, pp. 79-87.


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