Adapt-r

Tangible Thinking

Alice Casey

I have reflected on our Practice by looking intently at the things we make - be they drawings, photographs, technical details or the buildings themselves.

I will show that, in my work and research, the layering of small, tangible moments or observations can produce an outcome of greater complexity; enabling each moment or observation to be discrete; but, in collecting together, becoming greater than the sum of their parts.

The aim is to learn by observing the actual, by trial and error, and to allow that knowledge to inflect our Practice. The collecting together or layering of observations becomes both theory and practice.

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PhD phase
PRS 6

PRS
Ghent 2016

Disciplines
architecture

Affiliation
ADAPT-r

Researcher
Early Stage Researcher