| New TalentBrief:
‘A border is a real or imaginary line that separates two things’. As such, it has played a key role in the preparation of geographical maps and have a fundamental role in creating architectural experience. This research investigates how borders are more than just lines and different properties of a boundary can construct a politically generated architectural project situated in Marseille.
The project is an urban park/pomegranate factory. Distorted perspectives drawings exaggerate the experiential spaces that are generated by numerical data, allowing visitors to ‘occupy’ data when they try to access a park facility. Sharp colours are to establish an overarching line of inquiry that highlights the concerns of the political stability of pomegranate fields in Afghanistan.
University College London
Master of Architecture