"LIMITS WORKSHOP: The point of no return" questions the static nature of architecture through the notion of limits. The aim is to explore possibilities of creating ambivalent conditions in relation to the environment through various prototypes, producing ephemeral structures, effects and events.
The methodology of work will emerge through creating a think-tank, perceiving the notion of limits and its relation to the performance of the materials. Through this process we will express the elusiveness of architectural structures in liminal conditions of tension and distortion that we will create and perpetuate. The workshop is structured through several topics, which refer to movement as a tool to define new relations between form, material and scale. Working method is developed through interventions, which will create temporary conditions and explore the notion of indoors and outdoors. We expect the participants to be involved in the whole process - from developing the concepts to setting up structures, as for documenting and exploring the effects.
Keywords: motion, structuring, limits, plasticity and elasticity, layering, breaking point, breathing. NB! You are free to sign up for as many workshops as you like, but please take into account that some SISU workshops and lectures take place in parallel!