Published in a+t 45 Design Techniques
March 29, 2016
"We could assert that one of our design techniques is developed through the understanding of the architectural project as a space for negotiation and as an opportunity to address different interests. We use the project as a place for disciplinary intersections, for overlaying multiple interests and conditions, where, no matter the disciplinary input or issue, the output is coded in architecture terms. The outcome is tangible, measurable, materially defined, and is graspable through architecture codes and rules: drawings, urban conditions, gravity, structure..."
Text extracted from the article "Rolling Intersections" (a+t 45 Design Techniques), where Camilo Restrepo explains his design techniques. Specifically, those applied in the Gramalote Cultural Centre and Orquideorama (Orchid Garden), among others.
a+t 45 Design Techniques looks at different approaches to the creative moment. Authors such as Lacaton & Vassal, Langarita-Navarro, Momoyo Kaiyima and SO-IL reveal their modus operandi, explain how they tackle the project and discuss motivation, devices, influences, justifications, effects and the origins of their design techniques.