We never stop thinking about the possibilities that open up through design. We are always looking for opportunities to promote them. On these pages/posts you will see skeletal sketches of the working of our minds. These can take the form of hand drawings, digital models and actual construction. Enjoy.
Spatial Innovation – The way we experience space is tied dynamically to the shape of our thoughts. The history of the mind is a history of technologies; symbolic communication, orality, literacy, information, systematics… not to mention the many machines we have developed to accessorize ourselves. Architecture embodies the technologies of the day. Norman Doidge in his book, The Brain That Changes Itself, suggests that we engage in redesigning the brain. A scientist may change brains to sharpen perception and memory, increase speed of thought, and heal learning problems. Are scientists the only ones who can train affects on the brain? We think not. Architects can. Our design for the Cade Museum accepts this challenge and seeks to arm visitors with not only new knowledge but with new methods of thinking. We envision the Cade museum as a literal instrument of change.
Shipping Container Research, Competitions and Proposals