Physical Analysis of Form Generation Through Light
Investigating how new digital fabrication techniques can be employed in architecture, "Synaesthetic Landscapes" heightens ones awareness about the essential role the human senses plays in the built environment. Re-thinking how light can evolve into inhabitable spaces, this research project attempts to redefine how people interact with the the built environment through light and its implementation in architecture. The design represents the visual analysis of light as a performance in space with the aim of unlocking the visual language and to translate the combination of light through form and depth; to better understand how to create atmosphere and effect, to compose a better light generated architecture. Light and material evolve together through form. This research is more about the perceived space where light become less virtual and more tangible. Binding a virtual matter such as light caustics to architecture and perception of space brings attention towards the relation between the ‘object’ and space, architecture and the user.