#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.

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#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 […]

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#058 A big, beautiful wall.

B5_#058 // Boundary // Henry Schofield This boundary, a fictional wall proposed to “…look good…” from the north side and “…be difficult to climb or cut through…” divides the land of liberty from its adjoining neighbour.

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#057 The Agora

B5_#057 // Boundary // Stanislas Turcon The proposal formalises itself as a pavilion which functions as a small agora. A place for discussion and debate between architect and other disciplines such as philosophy, sciences, politics, art, education, economy… 

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#055 Access-Memory-Lens

B5_#055 // Boundary // Emily Priest  If we were to understand the windows in our memory as penetrable realities, that we can either chose to engage with or disengage; we might begin to imagine a space capacitated by floating boundaries between the reality of now […]

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BRIEF 5

What is an interior? They are not sealed boxes nor are they open spaces… what defines them, as interiors are precisely their connection to the outside world, the boundary between the two.

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BRIEF 4 IS OVER!

Many thanks to our contributors in order of appearance: Ness Lafoy, Johanna Just, Agostino Nickl, Christopher Delahunt, David Flook, Ema Hana Kacar, Stanislas Turcon, Quentin Dauvergne, Anthony Ani, Emily Priest, Henry Schofield, Georgi Belyanov, Lloyd Lee

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