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grid 2 _ surface

a-project continues to explore the versatility and applications of a flexible and multiple approach to grid construction and occupation.

a-project is developing a fully digitally controlled structure of grid manipulation to be deployed at a wide range of shifting scales and uses – from floor, wall, elevation, plan to masterplan – that reflect a digital sophistication and varied / multiple narratives and logics of formation. 56 more words


Planning Backwards

  • By the end of this essential, teachers will have a greater awareness of how planning backwards from a final task or activity will help the flow of their lesson.
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grid 1 _ frame

a-project is developing versatile systems of manipulation and occupation of grid structures as an ongoing research stream leading to multiple applications across a variety of tectonic scales. 40 more words


field 2 _ urban typologies

a-project is developing density and typology studies derived from the exploration of field accumulation and constraint within flexible grids and experience of large-scale regeneration. Diverse opportunities for flexible configurations of typology “components” shaped by specific grid constraints and narratives of scale / physical emphasis allow for the rapid, iterative and dynamic growth of large-scale development and design possibilities. 18 more words


Have A Nice Day! by Adam Dant

In life there is a set of words, formulated as a polite wish that triggers the “not this one again” thought. That was one of the reasons why I could not resist picking up this gem. 327 more words

Adam Dant

T29 - Day 29

Design your own thinking challenge!

In this exercise, the last of the 29 Day Thinkibility Challenge, we will ask you to reflect upon and use what you have learnt. 271 more words


field 1 _ surface accumulations

a-project is exploring flexible constructions of “fields” – conceived as either accumulations of built form or as localised surface or object with accumulations of elements. The studies provide the basis for a fully multiple framework of construction to be developed across a wide range of scales – logics and narratives of large-scale development translated and reformed as individual walls or discrete surfaces. 12 more words