Astypalaia Greece 2011
Mathematical idea: curvature as fragmented flatness has useful applications in geo-statistical analysis and landscape modeling
The geostatistical tiling of the site lends itself to three-dimensional masterplanning.
Mathematical idea: curvature can be decomposed into 'fragmented flatness'. (physical study model).
Mathematical idea: plotting a cylinder with 4 points and scaling it helps visualize the interrelated logics of gross floor area, maximum floor-plate depth, facade-to-area ratio, and other performance ratios developers use.
Mathematical idea: 'desiging' the geometric discontinuities of an implicit fieldİ produces some flowing interstitial spaces, with a singular mix of clear span and point-support.
Mathematical idea: plotting a cylinder with just 4 points produces a box. This box is most useful for sketching high-rises (range of equation = floor sequence).