“Space & Mutation” explores spatial characteristics of a geometry by using mutation and translating it from a 2D plan geometry to a 3D form. In 2D, insertion and deletion of points and lines are operated in the existing geometry, which translated in 3D as a form of shifting and rotational reciprocation. Spatial tension arises when an element of the geometry shifted in response towards the mutation, while the vertical and horizontal axis of the mutant geometry tries to retain a constant element from the platonic solid. The two mutated solid are combined to achieve stability by interlocking two mutants that have a reciprocating character and grounding it in relationship to the ground plane. The combined mutant produces a unifying form that retains each character of the geometry while producing a new reciprocating form.
| Individual Mutant Study: 3-Dimension Diagram
A series of diagrams implies the translation from 2-dimension to a 3-dimensional form and analyzes the spatial qualities of its exterior and interior characteristics.
| Plan View (1/4" = 1")
Plan showcased spatial qualities produced from the intersectionality of the octahedron and dodecahedron mutants
| Sectional Elevation (1/4" = 1")
Showcased possible connection between interior and exterior, as well as a public and private spaces.
| Physical Model: Sectional View (1' = 1/4")