Graduation Project / March 2, University of Brighton
Nature constantly changes its forms and environments over the time, and it influences our living environments. The project aims to settle community in the Ashdown Forest with the optimistic ambition of future. The architectural proposal has been developed through the investigation of how architecture could respond to natural changes.
The scientist community will be introduced with the aspiration of self-sufficiency in the forest, and they aim to increase self-sufficiency by collecting the data of changing elements in nature. The proposal accommodates the community, and its primitive forms play a role in capturing nature with irregularity as opposite entities.