Workshop organized for students of the Bartlett B.Pro program of the Bartlett School of Architecture - UCL, London.
A week-long speculative design workshop focused on the architectural forms and spatial conditions that emerge from the hybridity of machinic imperfections and cultural artefacts.
Mis-registrations, errors and glitches are disruptions that manifest as a form of a decay in the digital space. The convergence of these digital forms with categorically different cultural elements produce unfamiliar geometric configurations.
The students studied and analyzed various forms of decay and attempt to produce a catalog of complex objects that occur as a result of blending, morphing and boolean strategies. These techniques were then employed to "corrupt" Le Corbusier's famous Dom-Ino House project.
The workshop improved the digital competency of the students in key areas. Such as digital craft, sculpting workflows, representation techniques, and drawings development.