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PHYSICAL MODEL

DIGITAL MODEL

PROCESS

EQUILIBRIUM MODEL  / EXPERIMENT TEN

To understand reciprocal relationships is to understand forces. Newton’s Third Law teaches us that: for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Therefore, every interaction involves a pair of forces working mutually to produce a certain condition. Our exploration seeks to fully integrate this relationship from the scale of the joint to the scale of space. Using again a simple set of linear structural elements – square dowels (held together with wood joinery) and string – the system resists the force of gravity through tension. The six parametric variations can be further categorized into two subsets exploiting a series of one-dimensional frames and two-dimensional frames, respectively. As a result, the variations begin to generate studies of nuanced spatial conditions through reciprocity.

Eddie Simpson

Paul DeFazio

Ivan Dye