BRIEF 6

“Cave”: noun
1. a hollow in the earth, especially one opening more or less horizontally into a hill, mountain, etc.
2. a storage cellar, especially for wine. 

BRIEF 6

BRIEF 5 IS OVER!

Many thanks to our contributors in order of appearance:
Jonathan Wren, Agostino Nickl, Christopher Delahunt, Emily Priest, Quentin Dauvergne, Stanislas Turcon, Henry Schofield, Ema Hana Kacar, Sabrina Syed, Ness Lafoy and Lloyd Lee

BRIEF 5 IS OVER!

#061 Overlooking

B5_#061 // Boundary // Ness Lafoy 
This drawing imagines a condition where view ports are set up ‘looking out’ and ‘looking into’ a temporary space framed by a mural curtain depicting an abstracted view of the ‘outside’ landscape.What happens to the status of the viewports when the curtain is opened and the temporary space ceases to exist and they become visible to one another.  #061 Overlooking

#060 4G Boundary

B5_#060 // Boundary // Sabrina Syed

A gateway to the data-world is a boundary from the real world.

The 4G threshold connects, distances and leaves both a spatial and data trail behind.
#060 4G Boundary

#059 Border Typology Study

B5_#059 // Boundary // Ema Hana Kacar

What is a border within the context of a room? Is it a solid wall, a window, or a curtain? Does it need to be defined by something material, or could it simply be the lack of anything physical, a border of space itself? #059 Border Typology Study