Architecture and the Unspeakable – Part 2

Part 2 of the three-part series “Architecture and the Unspeakable” exploring the design potential of pathological phenomena in the built environment.
This installment explores the role of idiosyncrasy in spatial organization and its ability to enrich the building-occupant relationship.
Launched with the MAS Context issue 13 – ABERRATION:
direction / architectural design: John Szot Studio
production / technical direction: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Japanese translation: Mitch Clark and Naoko Okuyama
narration: Seiko Shih
special thanks: Nathan Freise


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