Matter Design has produced an intimate and contradictory set of experiences in Microtherme. Upon approach, the occupant is confronted by a hovering wooden mass punctured by a singular and limited port enticing curiosity about the interior. Once under the wooden mass, a concrete world is revealed and rend-ered elastically.
From this vantage point, other people occupying the space appear to be draped in a concrete fabric, producing the experience that the people themselves are supporting this engulfing mass.
Contributed by: Matter Design
Complete Article and Images are available in the Jan 2018 Issue of Building Giants