The meld of two entities. The physical world and the concept of electronic space. By using motion, tactile and pressure sensors to interpret the movement, location and actions of the occupants of an active public space to capture data, then supplying the data to a computer operating the software MAX/MSP. Then prerecorded, real word audio samples entered into the space providing a juxtaposition between the physical space and the aural space.

Throughout my architectural education I have questioned contemporary standards of architecture while trying to create unique and thoughtful responses, composing hybrid situations, and evaluating the intent of present day products; I have approached my final project no differently. Not knowing what the end design or question would be, I still knew that I would review the present state of architecture and respond to it, more specifically, the paradigm of physicality of architecture.

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