Constructing vision: architecture as world making

MIT graduate students consider “The World According to Architecture” at the 2016 Lisbon Trienniale

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Screenshot from “Partial Worlds,” a video on view at the Lisbon Triennale with work from Andre de Merindol Malan (SMArchS, Urbanism ’16). A group of students, researchers, and faculty from the MIT Architecture contributed work to “The World in Our Eyes,” one of the four main exhibitions at the event.
This short video shows clips from five animations that explore different categories of world-making in architecture. See descriptions of each of the projects below.

Microcosm

Partial Worlds

Parallel Worlds

Making Invisible

Making Visible

The MIT School of Architecture + Planning: Design is the space between people and their environment. This is our territory.

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