Immanence

Project by Jeremy Keagy

The thesis proposes a model conceived as the insertion of a non-referential language to convey dynamic movement through a network of related building and landscape elements whose literal form is static. The language is derived from self-organizing logical diagrams which operate through abstraction to compose an organic system.

Exploded Axonometric

Site Plan

Landscape Plans

Landscape Sections

Building Plans

Building Sections

 

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