This project pushes the representative capacities of orthographic projection to their limits so that they start to generate new spatial information or even become space-creating devices themselves.
The conventional plan projection registers varied line weights that imply spatial depth. Could the implied spatiality be actualized without new information? And could the plan be architecturally generative?
As a response, the plan is situated in 3D space and assigned to each pixel a Z-value (depth), which is determined by its intensity (line weight). Through an animated motion, the plan was spatialized over time. Some of the pixels evolve into figures that represent architectonic ele-ments such as tubes and columns. Time is not only linear but parallel as any given frame offers a snapshot of a different spatialized scheme of pixels. The result is a myriad of structures generated from the original plan evolving in parallel time. The looping motion reinforces the temporal nature of this new architecture. In this constantly evolving swarm, the plan redefines itself.