Adapt-r

Intersecting Frames: Everyday Cultural Propositions

ADAPT-r, Sam Kebbell

I have recently been developing an overarching view of the practice at the intersection of everyday things and broader cultural propositions. I have been developing this understanding of the practice through analytical diagrams of individual case study projects, and groups of projects. In addition to researching projects I am currently analysing material presented in articles and interviews over the life of the practice; people and ideas that surround the practice through my contacts database, client list, and book collection. This reflective research has been complemented by testing ideas in a project completed late last year which also highlighted particular questions around craft and control at the intersection of these two frameworks: everyday things and broader cultural propositions.

← back to overview

PhD phase
PRS 1

PRS
Ghent 2015

Disciplines
architecture

Affiliation
ADAPT-r

Researcher
Early Stage Researcher