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Tomoe Shindoh − Kyoto-Seika, Japan

[Shortlist: 10 students from around the world] The AR highlights 10 emerging architecture students from renowned architecture schools across the world

Tomoe Shindoh − Kyoto-Seika, Japan

Tutors: Professor Takayuki Suzuki, (assistants - Mayuko Imai, Ryosuke Nagano, Naoko Goto)

Network Architecture

This project explores how architecture can exist in a form of a network. Nobody is alone in our contemporary society, where computer terminals create a condition of being ‘linked’ to every place and every one. This is a network where a person becomes the node. Architecture, in this case, is where a myriad of nodes are collected.

However, the collection of nodes does not converge into one big node. The individual nodes remain in motion, depicting a projection of intertwining, approaching and receding. In this condition, the program in demand is where these fluctuating nodes collect; thus, a shared office where businesses operate in a system similar to Amazon. Architecture becomes a giant server for the city.

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