The objective of the project is to curate artists and develop a visual language that applies to a catalogue for a hypothetical exhibition.
Humans are constantly changing and adapting to different circumstances. It is impossible to constantly build new structures that serve new purposes. The exponential growth and change within recent years has greatly influenced the physical form of society. Architecture should also become the containers for this kind of flexibility and change.
Superposition explores the relationship between space and the built society. This hypothetical exhibition explores two forms of flexibility through the concept of spatial plasticity and also the utilization of unused spaces. Superposition features the architectural explorations of Toyo Ito, SO-IL, Shigeru Ban, all(zone), Andreas Tjeldflaat, and Stephane Malka.
The visual language of this book is surrounded on the idea of building and the synergy between people and space. The combination of the staggered typography, french-fold and gate folds are used to communicate the idea of continuous flow and flexibility that the featured architectural works embody.
The purpose of this exhibition serves as a reminder of how architecture is for the people. Spatial plasticity allows for people to modify the architecture of a space to fit their needs based on varying circumstances. Parasitic architecture utilizes unused spaces in a growing society.